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Strong Darkness by Jon Land



Title:Strong Darkness
Author:Jon Land
Year:©2014
My Review:(4/5)
Pages:366
Genre:Mystery
Format:Hardcover
Sources:Partners In Crime
Publisher:Forge;Macmillan








    
        "ABOUT THE BOOK"

Fifth-generation Texas Ranger Calilin Strong finds herself pursuing a serial killer whose methods are eerily similar to one or her great-grandfathers chased almost a century and a half before. But that's just the beginning of her problems. The son of her reformed outlaw boyfriend, Cort Wesley Master, is nearly beaten to death while at college


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            "MY REVIEW"


Mr. Jon has a talent of writing beautiful stories. This was so suspenseful its hard to put down.This author deserves a ward for having such a captivating read that no one can say was to boring, to descriptive, or to dull. This book is so fast-pasted with so much drama you have to pay close attention or you will miss out on the juicy details it has in stored for you, a book that has you on you toes guessing what will happen is this book. Read it. You won't be disappointed at what this author has in stored for you wonderful readers.The only problem I had with the book was to many (SWEARS).I personally don't care for that in any book so repetitive.Other than the swears used I enjoyed myself.

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       "ABOUT THE AUTHOR"



                                               Jon Land is the USA Today bestselling author of thirty-seven novels, which won the 2013 USA Best Book Award and the 2014 International Book Award in the Mystery/Suspense category.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts on this most recent in series thriller with us. Sounds like an exciting read!

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  2. Really appreciate your coverage of my latest. Sorry about the swears. Although I'd like to blame my characters, ultimately everything comes back to the author, right? Look forward to hearing your thoughts about Caitlin's next adventure.

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