They call him the Killer Cartographer because he carves the map coordinates of each victim on the femur of the one before. Then he tattoos the information on his skin. Can Detective Kendra Dean bring him in, or will she become his next tattoo?
Published January 7th 2016 by 5 Prince Publishing
Current GoodReads Rating: 4 Stars
I love books that have that one attribute that sets them apart from so many others similar rather it be a certain character, writing style, or unexpected twist. One of the point-of-views that the story followed was of the psychopath, which held a dark and twisted vibe throughout the story. The reader got to know the killer from the very beginning and learn the details of his attacks and his unsettling view of things. It brought a depth to the story from both sides instead of just getting to experience the hunt and mystery of the detective, the reader gets to see the chased as well.
The characters held a great amount of dimension and intrigue and the story had a constant energy that wouldn’t let you put the book down. I was provided this book for my honest review through Lone Star LitLife Book Blog Tours. Thank you for the chance to review your book. I would rate this four out of five stars.