The Group

The Group

by Kevin R. Doyle

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Professor Ronald Green never saw any of it coming. He never expected to meet Diane Brewster, begin an affair with her, or nearly destroy his marriage and family. More than anything, though, he never imagined Diane’s death, or that he would become the main suspect in her murder. Then, just when Green felt his life had become as twisted and insane as possible, he discovered that Fate had at least one more turn in store for him. For Diane’s death had only been one of many, and the killer had several more people in his sights, including, quite possibly, Ron Green himself.

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BN ID: 2940154685945
Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing
Publication date: 10/17/2017
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 393 KB

About the Author

A high school teacher and fiction writer, Kevin R. Doyle's short stories, mainly in the horror and suspense fields, have appeared in over twenty-five small press magazines. In 2012, Vagabondage Press released his first e-book, a rock fiction novelette title One Helluva Gig. In 2014 Barbarian Books released his first full-length mystery novel, The Group. And in February of 2015, Night to Dawn Magazine and Books released his horror novel, The Litter. Doyle has a BA in English and an MA in communications, both from Wichita State University, and teaches English and public speaking at a small rural high school.

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The Group 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Haziegaze More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review; this in no way affected how I felt about this book or my review. I was definitely entertained by this book. It was well written with good pace. The main characters, and even some of the minor ones, were well developed and interesting and although Professor Green was a bit whiny and self-pitying at times, this was perfectly understandable given what he was experiencing and especially when he tries to clear his name but ends up looking even more guilty. However I didn't have too much sympathy for him for most of the book as he only had himself to blame for the predicament he was in. What I did find disturbingly accurate was how the book delved into what it's like to be under the police and media spotlight and how easy it is to become a pariah in your local community whether guilty or not and how one lapse of judgement can have implications you couldn't have foreseen.  I feel this was portrayed pretty accurately in this book. Overall, a good read which kept me guessing for most of the book - and I guessed wrong!
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Sheri-A-Wilkinson More than 1 year ago
The Group by Kevin R. Doyle Professor Ron Green's life is a mess. He was cheating on his wife and his lover ends up dead. Soon Ron is the number one suspect, but others are starting to turn up dead. Ron desperately wants to clear his name and soon begins to fear he may be the next victim.  Ron does a bit of his own investigating and the people in his focus group are the victims. What is the connection? Is one of his fellow members a killer? Will he end up dead? Or worse arrested for these murders. A fast paced murder mystery. I liked Ron, he was flawed and not perfect. I liked the writing style of Kevin R. Doyle, he really brought out the emotional aspects of the story. I like that in a book. I feel those who love murder/mystery/thrillers will enjoy The Group.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago