Killing Mind Book Review
|Published:||May 13, 2020, Bookouture|
|No. of Pages:||374|
|Cover Price:||$4.99 Kindle|
Installment 12 of the Detective Kim Stone series by bestselling author Angela Marsons Killing Mind, finds Stone, et al, investigating the supposed suicide of a young girl who slashed her own throat. Kim finds some inconsistencies and reclassifies it as murder. The crime scene has been cleared so much evidence has been lost. The investigation leads to a cult where the victim, Samantha Brown had been a previous member, but had left. Stone sends one of her officers, Tiff, to go undercover in the cult to find what is going on, since there has been another body that had ties with the cult. The undercover officer is befriended by Brittney Murray, who is a member of the cult and hands out fliers to recruit new members.
As is Marson’s style, the story is well-written with building suspense from the beginning. There are twists and turns as well as several subplots relating to Kim’s team. The characters are well-developed, and even those who haven’t read the previous novels will be able to relate to Kim, her partner, Bryant, and the others that help in the investigation. The author has done her research, and even though this is fiction, there is interesting information on cults and it rings true to what most people wonder about.
All told, this is another interesting installment in the excellent Detective Kim Stone series. Most readers will want to read the previous novels as well as the subsequent ones to come. Recommended for those who like thrillers that keep readers on the edge of their seats.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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