The biggest reason for a 2-star is the grammar and editing. Detective Jason Strong is the link between the two stories. Norman has a port wine birthmark on his face and it something that causes him to get teased and picked on. Honestly these books would be acceptable reading for junior high school as well. It is a race against time, as the detective tries to stop the events that will change everyone, before it's too late. Who will he kill next? And he has no hesitation committing violent acts.
That is not the case here. This author does a great job of keeping the reader engaged and the killers are dark characters who do not appear to show any remorse. Baby Christian is taking a nap in his crib while mom Tammy follows suite with a nap on the sofa, while Michael is at work. A serial killer is on the loose and his victims fit a certain profile. The thoughts of having a child kidnapped is unfathomable, but maybe this child was better off with his adoptive parents than with his psychopath father.
It starts out with a kidnapped baby, and moves to a angry revenge filled murderous father out to get his son back. This story was as good as the first one and kept me on edge till the end. That being said, I more than likely will read at least another of this series, as I now know what to expect. How far would you go to get him back? Some of these children are never found so we have seen what that kind of heartache, loss, and suffering can do to the human spirit. Strong's partner fits the profile so it's a race to find this guy before he kills his latest victim.
Detective Jason Strong must find a killer whose signature is a wine glass. They are well written and you don't have to worry about bad language or stupid sex scenes. And there is absolutely no sense of remorse: he is consumed by his dark side - by his need for vengeance. The police never find any suspects nor do they find the boy, but they believe he is dead. I listened to it on audio and really liked the narrator. He has proven that you can write an interesting book without using the famous four letter words and without including explicit sexual encounters by the characters in the book.
I never really understood what set the serial killer off other than an insult by a girl who lived down the street. The main characters are good, but most of all the increasing intensity is what makes this a good read and probably would be a good tv show! That's a big plus for me. Read this story to discover just where Michael's breaking point was and what he did about it. It's refreshing to read this kind of book without having torture porn, sex and lame backstories added. Becky Sherriff The Kindle Book Review This is a police procedural, not really a mystery.
The writing was very good and the storyline took me along to the end. This was a pretty good story with a decent plot, which was nicely paced. I was so involved in the story that I wanted to punch Wade in the face for being a lying sack of potatoes about what he really knew! They are nude and posed with a wine glass in their hands. He has a time table and the clock is ticking. Can simple words drive a man to commit murder? The author shows his character by developing a story that I would let my teenager read with no concern about any garbage he may read.
I ca I just finished this book and had to take a minute to catch my breath. I am very impressed and definitely hooked on reading this series. Where will he strike next? Jason Strong series and it's as good if not better than the first one. Detective Jason Strong must hunt down a serial killer whose signature is a wine glass. Paul Heitsch did an admirable job narrating. It worked well as a stand-alone.
Meanwhile Wade and Katie Duncan are expecting their first child. I like this second story in the Jason Strong Detective series. He has proven that you can write an interesting book without using the famous four letter words and without including explicit sexual encounters by the characters in the book. That is about all the police know except that his victims all share certain similiarities. The case gets personal when someone close to Jason is targeted, and time begins to run out. . When his partner becomes a part of the case he is racing against time to solve these cases.