Twisted Vengeance

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Detective Rick Burns is far from normal. He’s smart, and he has a keen eye, but he’s tormented from his past. After a series of personal tragedies, the pain that Rick has held inside is about to spill out in dramatic fashion.

Rick’s wife left him after the death of their son, he’s in love with the one woman he can’t have, and he’s investigating a slew of unsolved, greusom murders. When a creepy boy begins “haunting” the detective, his life starts spinning out of control. He doesn’t know if he’s seeing things, going crazy, or if he’s the killer.

But the boy knows. He’s knows Rick. And he knows the maniacal serial killer who’s preying on domestic abusers. In an attempt to unearth the murderer, the boy ushers Rick into a terrifying chase where reality and the supernatural are blurred, nearly costing him his life, his love, and his reputation.

The question is, will Rick finally find the peace he’s been looking for, or does fate have something else in store for the detective? Find out in Book 1 of the Twisted Series by Jeff Bennington.

My Review

***I usually don’t give spoilers to books that I read but I am giving one to this book.  If you are wanting to read this book then don’t read this review because it will give away the ending.

You start out following a detective who has been investigating these murders where there is no evidence and no way that a human could have killed them because how each of them was killed.  He starts to see a boy that through most of the book I assumed was a ghost because how he acts and some of the things that he does through out the book.  He slowly starts to put the pieces together but I never saw the ending coming.  I fell in love with this book and the ending made me sad.  I wanted the detective to end up with everything that he work for through out the book.  It broke my heart that the little boy died and so did the lady that he fell in love with.  I usually think books are good but the endings don’t usually affect me but this time they did.  I am still sad knowing how it all ended.

I do recommend this book to anyone who wants to read a good Thriller.

FTC- Received this book for free in exchange for my review.  The opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine.

Margaret Tidwell

I am a 33-year-old blogger. I write about my life and my struggles with Multiple Sclerosis. I also am a huge bookworm, and I have been doing book reviews for years now. I even blog about adoption, Multiple Sclerosis, and things that go on in my life.

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