Vesuvius

Vesuvius

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by Alex J. McDonald
     
 

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There is a serial killer out there killing gay men. Det. Ali Castillo is teamed with an FBI profiler to track the killer but, Castillo has his own demons to battle. Can he win against the killer and his own problems or will he die trying?

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There is a serial killer out there killing gay men. Det. Ali Castillo is teamed with an FBI profiler to track the killer but, Castillo has his own demons to battle. Can he win against the killer and his own problems or will he die trying?

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ISBN-13:
9781467843560
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
04/06/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
296
File size:
330 KB

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Vesuvius 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
36YearVeteran More than 1 year ago
I am an avid book reader. I enjoy reading crime novels, as well as those books that have a flair for espionage. For thirty-six years I've witnessed the other side of human existence - every day transforming from street back into home life and back again. I am glad that all I do now is read about it. I just finished reading Alex's latest crime novel, "Vesuvius". This is my synopsis and thoughts: From experience, I knew I was in for another wild ride. A troubled police detective, Alejandro "Ali" Castillo, is haunted by his own psyche - battling each day. Although he is an outstanding detective, he has many obstacles to overcome. Busy hunting a serial killer who is actively tallying-up more souls instead of looking into his own, "Ali" throws the dice. Both with his life and that of his new-found friend. The storyline begins with a solid foundation from which Alex McDonald builds up to great heights in the end. I highly recommend "Vesuvius" to those who are both, a fan of Alex McDonald, to those who just love a good crime novel. This one will definitely get your dander up. Since I only read books which have merit, I also read author Alex McDonald's first novel, "Sawgrass". This too, was an excellent thriller with scores of twists and turns. I felt like I was on the "Cyclone" roller coaster in Coney Island. If you love "cops and robber" thrillers, you will want to place this book on your must-read list as well. Congratulations Alex. Here's to your continued success. R. Kreuter Retired