The author has produced an absorbing thriller. There are all of the twists and turns that keep the reader turning pages to the end – Strongly Recommended.
NAME: Insincerity FILE: R2693 AUTHOR: Richard Goodwin PUBLISHER: Black Jackal Books BINDING: soft back PAGES: 327 PRICE: £3.58 GENRE: Fiction SUBJECT: Serial killer, crime, thriller, suspense, ISBN: 978-0-9567113-7-3 IMAGE: B2693.jpg BUYNOW: http://tinyurl.com/yaakw5sa LINKS: DESCRIPTION: The author has produced an absorbing thriller. There are all of the twists and turns that keep the reader turning pages to the end – Strongly Recommended. This review has been written from a PDF eBook edition of this fascinating story. Writing reviews of history books is so much easier because the outcome is no great surprise and the virtues of the author's labours can be presented without spoiling the plot. With a novel, the reviewer has to set out the qualities of the work without spoiling the plot for the reader. Crime thrillers are very popular with a wide range of readers. To those who have not read any work by this author, the writing style draws the reader into the story and holds the attention to the last page which is an excellent reason to go out and purchase a copy of this new book. Within the crime genre, serial killers hold a very great fascination. They also have their share of gore and tell the story of the battle between the killer and the pursuer which is a psychological battle. This gives the author scope to produce the maximum number of twists and turns in the unfolding plot so that before the ultimate climax of the story there are a series climaxes and blind alleys as each layer of the tale is pealed away. The author has explored the very complex aspects of serial killers. Many, but not all, serial killers have an urge to be caught and stopped. This frequently leads to a desire to out smart the police or individuals who are pursuing the killer. It becomes a battle of wills that can be further complicated by the serial killer who needs an accomplice or acolyte. The pursuer can be just as complex with involved motives, personal flaws and sometimes as much a love of the game of competing wills. This book will not disappoint readers who keenly follow this genre. There is craft and innovation to satisfy those who have read many books by other authors that are based on the nature of the serial killer and the pursuer in a race to stop the killing. But is the pursuer really the hunter or the hunted? Is there one killer or two? Or more? Who will win and who will lose? Will the end just become a new beginning? Only one way to find out. Go out and buy a copy.