In the summer of 2013, in Miami Florida, a series of brutal, unspeakable, seemingly random murders captured headlines across America. Bobbie Jean Pratt and her lover lured their victims to their horrible deaths with such ease; they were able to carry out these murders for months. In this gripping new edition of a mystery masterpiece, author S. M. Randle recounts the intriguing life and murders of Bobbie Jean Pratt. This story picks up where the Night of the Shadows: The Beginning left off. Night of the Shadows: Murder and Mayhem weaves a spellbinding tale of murder, love, deceit, and revenge.
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Before I begin my review I must warn you that this is a horror suspense novel. There is violence, rape, torture and killing. If you are sensitive to these things or these are triggers, then please read at your own risk. On that note, I would like to point out that the author's writing style made the horrible acts in this book palatable. There was a hint of innocence and simplicity in the author's writing which allows the reader to watch from a safe distance as the story unfolds and not be so utterly drawn in that it feels like it stains your soul. The word choices and descriptions were rarely, if ever, vulgar. Once you start reading, you aren't going to want to stop. It's a straightforward telling of a story about a serial killer who was and then she wasn't and then she was again. It's a bit of a romance. We have multiple instances of love blossoming sandwiched in between big old slices of crazy murder and mayhem. The characters are all very well developed and there is a nice little game changer at the end that you will not see coming! There is no cliffhanger ending. The book wraps up nicely leaving no loose ends.