Why 319?

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 30 Apr 2018

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As a metro Detroit native this book really "hit home" With the location. Sadly not all crime in the area is reported and funding isn't always allowing for a lot of wiggle room. I know the reality of how scary the area can be at times so it added to this for me. It was dark and twisty you could feel the inner demons Chene was fighting. I have already recommended this to quite a few people that love literature written in our city.
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Can you guess the killer?  This book caught me up in the mystery.  I enjoyed it very much and yes a theme for me serial killer books again.  I enjoyed it still.  It was different from others I have read before.  I like when authors can be different from the rest.  This book to me was believable.  To me, that is what makes them good. *This book was given to me for free at my request from Netgalley and I provided this voluntary review.*
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This was a taut, creative murder mystery with more twists than a hot pretzel!  I loved it, especially because the plot was fresh and unique, and Love has a wonderful way with words.  Highly recommended, if you're not afraid...
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Thank you Netgalley for the opportunity to preview Why 319?  This is a series book, and my first.  A strong police procedurel about a serial killer.  I liked it, however, there are alot of details in terms of policing protocols, etc.  I do find that difficult at times because it takes from the plot.  All in all a good book.
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This is a very five star book. The plot is realistic with many twists and turns that will leave the reader flipping pages quickly. The procedures necessary for the police to track down a serial killer are complicated and full of drudgery. Jefferson Chene is a strong minded detective with a very human side that is quite endearing. These series of books are well worth reading and will not disappoint.
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