Maximum Guilt (Hidden Guilt, #2)

Maximum Guilt (Hidden Guilt, #2)

by Terry Keys

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I didn't want to put the book down. I read the first book by Terry Keys and immediately bought book two and continued reading. I'm anxious for the third book to come out now. Well written. Great characters. Lots of excitement. (Amazon Customer)

A page-turning thriller in the tradition of James Patterson, Jack Reacher and Harry Bosch, Maximum Guilt will leave you with chills!

In the thrilling sequel to Chained Guilt, Detective David Porter returns and again comes face to face with the harsh reality that a loved one is missing. His daughter Karen has been abducted and time is running out. 
He is also chasing a twisted, sadistic killer known as the Widow Maker who is murdering some of Houston's most powerful men in some of the most gruesome ways imaginable.  
Follow Detective Porter across the swamps of Louisiana and the country roads of Mississippi as he tries to solve both cases and save the life of his little girl.  
All of his detective skills will be put to the test in this fast-paced game of cat and mouse!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152849479
Publisher: Terry Keys
Publication date: 03/14/2016
Series: Hidden Guilt , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 172,489
File size: 798 KB

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Maximum Guilt (Hidden Guilt, #2) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hurry with the 3rd book please I absolutely loved this book I need to know what's going to happen, an how det porter knew it was his son waiting on pins an needles
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a continung follow up of Detective Porter, the character established in Terry's first book "Chained Guilt". Terry did a great job of evolving his main character and this was a great and easy read. Hope to read more about Detective Porter in the future.
sherrb1158 More than 1 year ago
I loved this book and the characters! For such a new writer I was amazed at the complexity of the story line and the level of development of the minor and major characters. This is a fresh story and absolutely not a rote, cookbook "whodunit". Yes, to those grammar-intense readers out there, (and I was raised by sentence diagramming nuns!), there are a couple of grammar or editing/transcription mistakes ... but very minor, and I have found some in Dean Koontz novels, so there ya go! It can happen to the cream of the crop authors. I will agree that there was a story line editing issue with the interviews at "Heartbreakers". That SHOULD be fixed. That's all I'll say about the editing, except that can some things be fixed, yes .... are they a big deal to the point of hurting the experience of the reading of the book? In my opinion, no. I read the first in the series and really liked it ... yes, it was a cliff hanger ... that's how most series books are. Do I like this second sequel as much? I loved it ... better than the first! Much more involvement and development with the characters who I really like. BTW ... I really like his Captain ... such a supportive and humble man. So, go for it! It's a great read ... and I can't wait for the 3rd in the sequel!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I honestly thought this book would have the kinks worked out. The story is good. However, there are too many writing mistakes. Its almost like it is a rough draft or not done being edited. In the first book the characters brother is referenced as being murdered. Then he says his friend is the brother he never had. In this book he goes and interviews people at a strip joint then later on he discovers the lead about that same strip joint and exclaims he needs to go interview ppl there. Writing is mediocre for such a great storyline.