BOOK OF THE DAY – THE DARK WEB MURDERS

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BOOK OF THE DAY

Crimson Cloak Publishing is holding a promotion for BOOK OF THE DAY                          this Friday 20th September 2019. 

If you look a great crime, check out this fabulous book, The Dark Web Murders by Brian O’Hare. 

Go to the Amazon link to buy. 

http://mybook.to/DarkWeb

Blurb:

I am Nemein I am not a murderer. I am emotionally detached from my killings. I am, therefore,  an instrument of Nemesis, a punisher.  This is a theme running through a number of blogs on the Dark Web, written by a serial killer. He is highly intelligent and employs philosophical argument to justify a series of gruesome murders.  However, he describes the killings in lurid detail, and with such gloating relish, that he utterly negates his delusion of detachment and reveals himself to be a cold-blooded, narcissistic psychopath.

Sheehan and his team rush headlong down a series of blind alleys in the pursuit of the psychopath, who continues to murder his victims with impunity. He is fiendishly clever, utterly ruthless, and tests Sheehan’s famed intuition to the limit.  Indeed, Sheehan only learns the truth during a horrific climax when some members of his team experience a most harrowing ‘laceration of the soul’ that they will never be able to forget. It is unlikely that the reader will either.

You can read some fantastic reviews on Goodreads.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/44109461-the-dark-web-murders

 

REVIEW TIME: DISBELIEF by M.J.T. Meijer

Disbelief by M.J.T. Meijer

Disbelief

From the back cover…

Multiple mass-poisonings have occurred at pilgrimage sites throughout Europe. Sophie Pearson, a successful artist, created paintings of the horrific events before they occurred. There are more sketches, implying other attacks are to take place.

What does Sophie know? Who does she know?

It is up to Chief of Europol Dave Johnson and police consultant and psychic medium Ben Smit to unravel the ties between past and present, or more lives will be lost.

One thing is four certain – they won’t all make it to the finish line…

My review…

This fast-paced, exciting thriller will grip you and keep you held in suspense, wondering what will happen, until the final twist in the story.

It is a fantastic debut novel for M.J.T. Meijer. Meijer has written it with multiple viewpoints that carry the story through unexpectedturns and chilling developments, which take the reader from Amsterdam to Dubai, London, Lourdes and The Hague.

The characters leap off the page. They’re well-rounded and believable, and at times very frightening.

Dan Brown and Jeffrey Archer come to mind when I think of Disbelief.

If you love a great thriller, I highly recommend you read this book.

It’s a 5 Star read.

Disbelief by M.J.T. Meijer

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