Friday, January 20, 2012

Quick Kill by Patricia McCallum

Someone is killing young women in Toronto.  The women have no connection with each other.  It's just random death...

This book will be featured in the Blog Tour de Force that will held from the 23rd to the 27th of January.  This will be an excellent opportunity for you to pick up several books that you might not have heard about otherwise.  The author allowed me to read this ebook for review (thank you).

This is a Sydney Granger mystery.  When two young women are killed in the same way, Sydney knows there must be a connection between them.  It's not evident, though.  One was a waitress, one was a lawyer and they didn't know each other.  Were these totally random killings by a serial killer?

I enjoyed reading about the investigation and "watching" Sydney sift through the evidence and their lives trying to find a common denominator.  What she discovers is unusual and evil.  The motive for the killings is chilling.

This is a quick read with interesting characters.  I'll have see if I can find some more of Ms. McCallum's books about Sydney and her partner, Mike.  They work well together and hold your attention with their banter.

Why not grab a copy for your ereader, get a cup of coffee or tea, and settle down and read.  You'll enjoy it.

Happy reading.

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