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Posted September 23, 2013
Reviewed by Lorena Sanqui for Readers' Favorite After two years
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After two years in the Afghanistan desert, lawyer Raam Commoner receives a welcome home with a series of killings that his boss, Viktor Viken, wants him to solve. The murders occurred on Viktor’s prized cruise ships, but nobody has associated the events with a serial killer - not until Viktor receives a video from someone claiming all nine deaths as his work. Raam, teaming up with Private Investigator Kayman Karl, and profiler Giancarlo Cornelli, sets out to find who this serial killer could be. Will Raam be able to find out who the killer is before he strikes again? Aided by the clues that the killer himself provides, Raam will race against time to uncover the killer's identity. All that and more in Common Enemy by Richard David Bach.
Despite the fact that I worked out the killer's identity, I couldn't help Raam and tell him my suspicions. Anyway, he figured it out on his own, so all is good. I loved Common Enemy, its story, the characters, and just everything about it. Richard David Bach wrote a masterpiece with Common Enemy. There was an element of romance in the book that was just right, so as not to overpower the thriller and mystery part of the plot. I think this is only the first book of a series, and because I liked the first one I’m sure to read the next ones.
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