A Life Removed by Jason Parent

July 6, 2017 - 6:35 pm 1 Comment

A Life Removed by Jason Parent

Published by Red Adept Publishing LLC on 23rd May 2017

284 pages

Reviewed by Yvonne Davies

A serial killer terrorising Fall River, a city in Massachusetts and it is up to Detectives Bruce Marklin and Jocelyn Beaudette to capture him and stop these violent killings. Officer Aaron Pimental was the   first to respond to one of the crime scenes and from the start did not make a good impression on the detectives, but the further this case goes on, the more he found himself involved.

The partnership between the detectives was strong and they were good at bouncing ideas of each other. Due to Bruce’s time on the job, he took the lead in this case, however throughout this investigation he always took Jocelyn’s views into consideration. They felt so comfortable together that Jocelyn was not afraid to question Bruce’s decisions.

Officer Aaron Pimental was how most people image a beat cop, over weight and a lover of doughnuts. Low in confidence, he did feel that the world would be better off without. However, as the case progresses, his true self comes out and he is not as nice as everyone thinks.

Written in the third person, gives you the whole story from everyone POV, as the story changes between the Detectives, Officer Aaron and the killer. As you are reading this story, you get to know the characters in depth and whilst there is a religious theme to the killings, this story concentrates more on the characters and the reasons for their actions. The story follows the investigation step by step and it feels like you are watching a documentary on police investigations, until the author adds a mind-blowing twist which I did not see coming. The twist made the story darker due to who was involved. This is a page turner which you won’t want to put down. This is the 1st book I have read by Jason Parent and I will make sure I look out for more of his books

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