GREAT REVIEWS for THE ASSASSIN’s KEEPER

John McClements has been getting some terrific reviews for his conspiracy based, thriller THE ASSASSIN’S KEEPER and you can grab your kindle copy today for only 99c (limited time offer ends May 12)

An interesting blend of detective fiction and international espionage.
This book is lively, entertaining and modern. The language is accessible and the pace is very good throughout.
The author is efficient with words, in terms of being able to set the scene well without laborious descriptions.
I agree with the other reviewers about the authenticity of the characters.
Nice read.

 

The author’s forte is in his characters and dialogue. Many authors of fiction are so immersed in complex plots that the characters are secondary and the dialogue is wooden and poorly thought out.
I found the characters jumped off the page and did have a real feel to them – especially the men. I did find Drinda rather intriguing and it was a pity she never continued later into the book.

 

Conflict is vital in any crime thriller and there is no shortage of conflict between these characters. The dynamic between John and Pedro is fascinating. While John is always on the back foot in terms of his relationship with Pedro, he is man enough to stand up to the suave Argentinian and tell him off or tell him to go to hell. John thinks he is merely doing detective grunt work for Pedro, but he wants out, his marriage is suffering and he cannot keep up with running his restaurant and doing Pedro’s dirty work and then he hears something…a name…chills run down his spine and suddenly it all falls into place and it is more shocking than he can ever imagine.

 

 

 

Chick lit mixed with a serial killer plot makes for edge of your seat reading.

This review is from: Next of Sin (Kindle Edition)

Chick lit mixed with a serial killer plot makes for edge of your seat reading. This book is a real page-turner, making the reader race through the book to find out what happens next and to find out if the characters survive or not and does the killer get captured.
The author takes you on a journey through different cultures and countries as the story unfolds giving the reader snippets of insight into different worlds. And there are deeper issues that are unveiled and explored.
I think the author has found a unique niche with the mixture of these two genres and this is a book, which will appeal to readers who love chick lit and those who love a good serial killer thriller.
At the same time it is a light and entertaining read and needs to be loaded onto your kindle and packed into your suitcase as a must have holiday read.

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