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A chilling psychological crime thriller with a shocking climax you won’t see coming.
Jersey Murder Series – Book 2
Atlantic City is on edge. A monster has been snatching boys from the city’s mean streets. He has baffled the police for a decade, and now he is taking his victims at will.
Raphael Riley is an unlikely foil for this heinous killer. Riley has spent his entire life avoiding trouble. A former vice cop, he has a safe and well-paid occupation as a house detective, arresting hookers in one of Atlantic City’s luxurious casinos. But a casual act of kindness will disrupt his stable life.
When Riley agrees to look into the case of a missing child for a friend, he finds himself on a collision course with the monster. People close to Riley turn up dead. And the monster leaves a gruesome personal message for him before threatening the two people dearest to him.
But, before Riley can unmask this monster and stop him, he must conquer his own inner demons – if he can.
Find out what happens in a shocking climax you won’t see coming!
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There were times I couldn’t put it down. Lots of surprises, twists, and turns that really held my interest and kept me guessing. Very interesting characters.
I was pleasantly surprised by how good it was.
The author has weaved such a tangled web you are constantly being surprised with events throughout the story. It was definitely worth reading.
Great read! Wonderful character development. Can’t wait for the sequel!
The book is well-written and fast-paced, with a second half that I just couldn’t put down.
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Well worth your time.