This is not only a dark exciting tale of a streak of murders in Toronto, but one of the most outstanding action detective novels I’ve ever read. It is a time of a brilliant innovative invention of two Canadian scientists–gone wrong! It’s also the time of the Spiderman Rapist terrorizing the city of Toronto and the two police detectives who are thrust into the crisis caused by both events. A masterpiece.
This dynamic writing duo transforms the detective story from a mere cliché in puzzle-solving to pure art; the pace as the investigators unravel the strange cases of murder in the homes of Toronto slips into warp drive . . . highly readable quick-paced drama in the streets of Toronto, Detective Adam Kenzy unravels the mysteries of the Spiderman Rapist and the Bird's Nest Murders. Interesting and full of blood and guts with lots of twists and turns. I was enthralled–found it difficult to put it down, with its quick ability to grab the reader and hold his attention throughout. Not necessarily a book for someone with a weak stomach but a great exciting read with an almost too close to home feel, if it were not fiction, (being a Toronto native). Would recommend it to those who enjoy the dark witty humor accompanied by aggressive action thriller. A great collaboration between the two authors, who seem to be getting more creative and intoxicating with every new work that comes out.
|E A (Edward) St Amant
About the Author
E A St Amant is the author of How to Increase the Volume of the Sea Without Water, Dancing in the Costa Rican Rain and Stealing Flowers.