|Title||:||The Wizard Murders|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||206|
The Wizard Murders Reviews
Crime comes to small town California in the form of grisly murders committed by a serial killer. The calling card left behind for investigators comes in the form of an eerie wizard painting done in a shade of dark blue at each murder scene. The victims fall… first, second, third, fourth. One by one, clues lead to the inevitable catching of a killer.Detective Andy Pitt unravels the mystery with the help of his partner Clarence and a secretary named Denise. One of the most satisfying aspects of [...]
It's a well written book, with some good plot twists. Not nearly as grusome as other books of its kind. Unfortunitly, I had the killer pegged pretty quickly - but I'm good at that. And there was enough red herrings, that made me think I could be wrong. I gave it a 4 star, because I think it could have been much more. I enjoyed reading it, and would recommend it for a lazy afternoon.
Good murder mysteryGood characters and good, tight writing in this cop story about a serial killer terrorizing a small town. Enjoyed the subtle references to the time frame of the 80's
Relatable and sympathetic characters, nice period detail, and a fun mystery. Looking forward to the author's new book.
Unpolished Clunky writing, one-dimensional characters, and a plot that didn't quite flow let down what was an excellent premise.