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False Prophet by James Hazel
Source: Compulsive Readers
About The Book
Evil is in the blood
When the body of a young woman is found with a nail through her head and a strange symbol drawn in blood next to her, the police are baffled. But as the body count rises, they soon realise they might have a serial killer in their midst.
Meanwhile lawyer Charlie Priest is wrapped up in a case disputing an ancient artefact. As links appear between Priest’s case and the murder victims, it is soon uncovered that this case is just about to become personal, and someone is determined to keep their secret, whatever the cost.
I always like a good crime related with the past, but if it has connection with a mysterious book, I am totally in!
This had been a twisted and compelling read, the case is dark and the killer gruesome; lucky for us we will have the brave and intelligent lawyer that is ready to discover the truth, Charlie Priest. Because this serial killer doesn’t leave any traces behind and there doesn’t seem to be any connection between the victims, so it will be really difficult to catch.
There are so many interesting and addictive stories in this case that I couldn’t put it down! Priest has a very interesting background, his brother is a serial killer too, so he will have to ask for some help…
This is the third book of the series, I am really sad that I haven’t started the series from the beginning, you can read it as standalone, yes, but I really liked the main character and how all the case was directed, I should had started from the beginning!
This is a book for any thriller lover, the writing is addictive and the plot is interesting and gripping, sometimes this is what you need, something to disconnect and let the killer abduct your mind while the police try to catch them!
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About The Author
Before turning his hand to writing, James Hazel was a lawyer in private practice specialising in corporate and commercial litigation and employment law.
He was an equity partner in a regional law firm and held a number of different department headships until he quit legal practice to pursue his dream of becoming an author.
He has a keen interest in criminology and a passion for crime thrillers, indie music and all things retro.
James lives on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds with his wife and three children.