Author – Todd Laverents
Genre – Mystery, Suspense, Crime Thriller
366 Amazon Page, 83,000 words
Rating 4 stars out of 5 Posted 7/9/16
Lt. Patrick McConnell is a Homicide Detective in California
Diego 'Dizzy' Zambrano is a homeless man and Patrick's friend who is running from himself.
The Blondi Man is Peter Sewell a schizophrenic Catholic priest who becomes a psychotic killer
LT. McConnell not only has a case involving Catholic Priest having their throats cut, he has a crooked police Captain on his back who wants him fired from the department.
The crooked Captain wants the priest murders cleared from the roster and demands that a homeless man, Dizzy, be charged with the murders whether he's guilty or not. Lt. McConnell objects and resist making the arrest and is suspended for his lack of action.
At first the killings appear to be random, but then a pattern emerges and the sick individual behind the murders is identified through good police work.
But knowing the identity of the killer doesn't prevent other homicides from occurring.
And then McConnell learns there are other dangers outside of the ones he's planned for.
The editing left many words missing where they were needed to complete the sentence.
Character development is good with the main and supporting characters.
Details were adequate but not overdone.
The plot is complex with many surprises
Note! All Corvettes are two door sports cars, they don't have rear doors.
I enjoyed this story and recommend it to readers of crime genres.
This review was provided in exchange for a free book.
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