Name: Fatal Burn
Author: Lisa Jackson
Published: February 28, 2006 by Zebra
Purchased: 2015 free bin at 2nd & Charles, $4.92 on Kindle.
This was a long book, a thick one so, it took me a couple of days more than I would have liked to read it, especially with distractions and work but, I loved it.
The only reason I’m giving this four stars instead of five is because it was so long that it repeated a little bit and at times got just a little boring. Otherwise it was a great mystery.
I was so sure that it was one guy or even someone else but, when the person is revealed, oh man, was this reader shocked. It was a good thing I was alone because I couldn’t help the loud “what!?” that came out or jumping to the edge of my seat.
The writing is a little simple in places so, like I said a little boring, mostly when people are going about their everyday routines but, the story makes up for it.
There’s also many point of view changes but, the author splits them up so they don’t all run together and confuse the reader.
Another sequel to a series, at least the second book since there’s only two but, research has led me to believe that this could be a stand alone as well, so that’s why I’m reviewing the book on here instead of just leaving it in my journal.
I would recommend this to anyone looking for a good long mystery to read, especially if you’re going on a trip or just have some time to kill.
Thank you for reading my review.