|Book author||:||Susan May|
|Tags||:||Thriller, Suspence, Mystery, Horror|
Kendal Jennings is a freelance writer for women’s magazines and usually writes fluff. But Deadly Messengers is far from fluff. When the mass killing starts, she is both happy and terrified of being the go-to reporter. She needs the stories to pay her rent, but she would rater not hear about the killings, due to some trauma in her past. As the mass killings appear three times in the same city it gets even more terrifying also for investigator Lance O’Grady and his partner Trip, is it really possible that these killings are not connected?
When I first started reading Deadly Messengers I was hooked. The only “bad” thing about this thriller is the way Susan May describes the killings. It really makes you feel you are right at the center of the massacre and you get very clear images in your mind. Images you don’t just forget. This makes Susan May a brilliant author. She writes with no hesitation, likable characters and great plot, that makes it a page turner, I was eager to keep reading and really enjoyed reading this well written thriller.
Deadly Messengers is out 30th September and I highly recommend it.
See LifeOfWriters interview with Susan May on our blog.
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