Lazarus Novels and Memoirs: Free on Amazon Kindle 8/14 8/16
Psychological Crime Thriller
I don't often give out five star reviews. It takes something unique or it must engage me emotionally. 'Find Me' did both.Now, No spoilers from me.
Anne Frasier has done an excellent job of analyzing the psychopathy of what drives some to heinous crimes against humanity and the impact on survivors and the offspring of those who perpetrate these crimes. The characters are very interesting and the thread woven through the story, provides almost as many questions as it does answers. As for the story - don't take anything for granted or at face value, there are more twists and turns then Ranch Road 2222 north of Austin, Texas. (It is considered one of the most dangerous stretches of roadways in Texas.) Google it.
I selected this book on a whim, looking for authors I've yet to read. I did quite well. Definitely recommended reading for the summer. Get it at Amazon
You can thank me later.
This is not your typical scavenger hunt – my understatement of the year. A group of seemingly unconnected strangers a forced into a life and death struggle by an unknown individual. It’s extremely difficult for me to describe the novel sans spoilers, however – here goes. There is an underlying connection between all the parties involved; parties who much keep together and work together or face the consequences from the one controlling the “game”. All this happens against the backdrop of an FBI case referenced from time to time. Mr. Collings had me fooled right up to the end, despite having woven a tapestry of clues, albeit slim in some cases, they are there. I was not only surprised by the ending, it provided food for thought. What sort of thought? That, my fellow readers is not something I will share here. 😉
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