Go Home, Afton (Afton Morrison Book 1) by Brent Jones

September 3, 2018 - 9:43 pm 1 Comment

Go Home, Afton (Afton Morrison Book 1) by Brent Jones
Published on 25th June 2018
116 pages

If you walked past Afton, you wouldn’t notice her. Small in stature, fragile looking and a librarian. But you wouldn’t know that she had murderous thoughts and wanted to right a wrong.
Was she a psychopath, that was the question that kept bothering Afton, she wanted to kill but she also wanted to do right. Not having much family, she kept herself to herself. But when a man has got off with rape several times she knew that she needed to kill. With the help of Animus Afton her alter ego, her dark side was making an appearance. But as she was watching the rapist, someone was watching her.
This was a quick read, that kept you guessing will she wont she. As the story continues we get to learn her secret that she has kept even from her brother. The story intensives as Afton gets ready for the kill and I found myself reading faster. The man in shadow adds mystery and as the story continues I hope that I get to learn more about him and whilst I can guess his connection to Afton, I would like to know if I am correct. This story does have a few comedy moments and I did laugh when Afton and Kim get their own back on the teenage boy that wrecked the library books.
I did learn something whilst reading this. The story is set in Wakefield and as I live in the UK I just presumed that it was set there. It was not till Afton mention dollars that I had to stop, check the author’s bio and I soon realised that it was set in Canada
This story does finish on a cliff-hanger and I hope that I do not have to wait to long for book 2.

One Response to “Go Home, Afton (Afton Morrison Book 1) by Brent Jones”

  1. Brent Jones Says:

    Hi Yvonne,

    I’m just finding this review of Go Home, Afton now! I apologize for the delay. I would’ve preferred to have left a comment sooner.

    I’m glad you enjoyed the first book in the series. The fictional town of Wakefield I’ve created, the setting for a number of my published titles, is supposed to exist somewhere in the Midwestern United States.

    It is, however, loosely based on the Canadian border town I live in, Fort Erie.

    To clarify, books two and three in The Afton Morrison Series are out now, and book four (the final book) is coming out this Monday, October 29.

    The complete series collection (bundle) will also be coming out that day in eBook, paperback, and audiobook formats.

    I hope you’ll continue reading.

    Thanks for the thoughtful review, and best wishes.


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