The Fifth Deadly Sin
A young woman is found murdered, set up to look like a suicide, in a car. What’s odd is that this woman has been missing after being kidnapped around the age of three. Detective Bobby Beckett enlists the help of her friend, reporter August Summers, a quick-off-the-mark young woman with her own fair share of family difficulties. Along with memories and demons from a previous case, the pair embarks on an interesting but dangerous journey to catch the perpetrator of the crime.
Read the first paragraph of a book and you have a very good idea if said book is going to be well written or not. Thankfully, ‘The Fifth Deadly Sin’ (5DS) is the former. This novel is packed with facts, action and two worrying cases to solve. What I liked personally about this novel is the way that the reader is kept informed of what’s going on. You are always included in the investigation every step of the way. Can you solve the crime before they do?
Some of the action has history as ‘The Fifth Deadly Sin’ is the second one in a series but it’s still strong enough to stand on its own. It does that with grace and strength. The narration is smooth flowing and gripping as any horror/thriller novel should be.
It’s well worth buying this novel and catch up on the series by obtaining the first one ‘Unholy Alliance.’ You can’t go far wrong.
Carrie White, E-book Reviewer & Erotic Writer