Review

Review: Revenge of the Malakim by Paul Harrison 

“Every minute is valuable in a murder investigation” 

Pages: 378

Published: February 14th, 2017

Publisher: Williams & Whiting

 
Genre: Crime fiction, psychological thriller 

Rate: 4 stars 

Goodreads Synopsis: 

It’s high summer and the streets of Bridlington East Yorkshire are awash with tourists. A serial killer is on the loose. DCI Will Scott and his team embark upon a fast paced investigation to catch a killer with a unique agenda. As the body count rises the killer randomly moves location and the police are unwittingly drawn into a dark and sinister world where cover-ups and corruption reigns. A place where no one can truly be trusted and nothing is ever what it seems.
My Take 

Revenge of the Malakim is a fast paced novel that had me hooked from the word go. It’s such a page turner. I have to say though, if you are triggered by gore, you should be aware that this book is highly descriptive with its murder  scenes. 

Here we have a serial killer on the loose, targeting specific persons. It’s thrilling to see Detective Scott and his team work on the case. An elusive killer and expert team of detectives, but everything is not what it seems. Not knowing who to trust, who is on your side and who is not. 

A well thought out book inspired by true events. A mind engaging book with phenomenal writing and I love the premise of the plot. This is not your ordinary murder book. A book that will leave you at the edge of your seat. 

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