Charles is the Perfect Killer. He murders people all over the country, not leaving a trace, and there’s no connection between the victims. He doesn’t fit the stereotypical serial killer profile, which makes it harder to discover who he is. Special Agent Jade Hui gets assigned to a triple homicide, but it’s just the beginning in her hunt for Charles. He doesn’t leave a pattern, and his identity is always changing, making this her toughest case yet.
This book was really hard to get through. It is very dark and gritty. There is bad language throughout as well as graphic violence and graphic sexual language. This book is told from both Charles’s and Jade’s perspective, so you already know who the killer is, and you are mostly just reading to find out if she can catch him or not. Jade was hard to relate to. She was just too rough around the edges and standoffish; even with her being a fictional character, I felt like I was intruding on her life by reading about her.
I had a difficult time reading this story. I made it through about seven chapters, and then I skimmed until the end. I didn’t like the graphic aspect of this book, so I didn’t give it a very high rating. However, I think there is definitely a niche for this type of book. If you enjoy reading dark, graphic crime novels, then this book would be perfect for you. I don’t really know of other authors to compare Robb White to because I don’t particularly enjoy this brand of crime story. So take my review with a grain of salt. I only gave it one star because I did not like it, but as I said before, this might be exactly what you are looking for.
|Author||Robb T White|
|Page Count||224 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|