Son. A Psychopath And His Vitims by Gregg Olsen

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This is a true story. The main character who likes to be known as Kevin Coe is a serial rapist. Kevin Coe was always different but was alway able to blend in. I could not believe the things this man did. His day to day life seems normal until you get a close look. Kevin Coe usually looks great. His has a chameleon ability. I found this book fascinating. It is well written. As you learn about this man you find yourself drawn in and are unable to put this book down. All the people surrounding Kevin Coe are real characters also. Kevin and his mom have an odd relationship. They are too close and have huge fights. Mother Coe is a story by herself and the story is told here.   

I cannot believe what this man did. The late seventies early eighties is when all of this took place in Spokane, Washington. Chapter after chapter, I was stunned by the stuff this guy did.

Contested Ransom by Jack Kregas

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Great read. Page turner. Joey and Mira are enjoying their lives. The past always catches up with Joey somehow. Joey’s family obligation pulls them into an action packed journey that may leave them dead. The characters come together from different walks of life. Defined only by the crisis at hand. Fast moving action. I believe there may be more to come from Joey Moretti.

Tongues by Sam Joyce 

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I would like to thank the author for my complimentary copy of Tongues in exchange for my voluntary, honest and unbiased review of his book.

 Why would everyday people turn into mass murders from one minute to the next? That is the problem. 2 detectives and a reporter come together coincidentally to solve this living horror story. The characters are well developed.  

As dark as this story is the author adds some humor which makes really adds to the book. This is a page turner. Original and intense.