Monday, March 26, 2012

Two Graves- the serial killer was bullied- see what happens...

My personal note: The fact that the serial killer in this book was a victim of bullying caught my attention. I am an activist for anti-bullying.  This book illustrates just how deep the damage of bullying can cut. 

This was an incredibly well written novel.  Mr. Graystone, you are a talented writer.  Once I started reading- I was hooked.  The storyline is profound, with a captivating subplot. 

This book will keep you on your toes.  The tension builds from the first page. The depth of the characters deepens your experience.  The players are complex and may remind you of people that you actually know.

You will cringe as you live through the killer’s memories of torment and suffering. The abusive childhood created a rage so intense-it produced the serial killer. You may try to put yourself in his shoes.  You may try to understand the motivation.  But you may not like what you feel.

Your mind will race as the tension builds and the storylines meld.  What is the connection with the serial killer and the mafia? Is the Kesle Police Department tied up with the mafia? Corruption is in the air.  

How will it end?

“Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.”  

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