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The first crime scene was the most disturbing. From the looks of it, the killer had dipped their fingers in the victim's blood and used it to write in dark red on the white wallpaper. Although the letters were smeared and uneven, Detective Niklas Steg had no trouble making out the message: "Reap the storm."
Now, with the help of Private Detective Sabrina Lampe, Steg must hunt down a terrifying serial killer dead set on delivering a particularly gruesome form of justice on men with a history of violence against women. Before each slaughter, the murderer sends a note to the intended victim that simply says, "Sow the wind...." When an innocent man receives the warning, Steg and Lampe race to crack the case before he, too, meets a brutal end.
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Pretty good murder mystery...
This is a pretty good book and I am actually a little surprised there are so few ratings for it. It starts out with a dominating, abusive husband coming home from work on a Friday night. He's allowed his wife to go away for the weekend but when he walks into his home he finds a woman he thinks is his wife. She's wearing a black hood that he had bought to be used on her along with a riding crop. Devices he uses to torture her with along with handcuffs and more. She has him strip down and then shoots him. The woman is not his wife and so the murders begin. Abusive husbands beware. But what happens when a nice guy gets involved with an unstable woman who does not want her relationship to end but he does. What if she starts spreading lies about him being abusive and what if the vigilante serial killer gets involved?
Good book, very suspenseful and believable. I definitely Recommend it.
Peter Berkrot does a super job narrating.
I got this book for FREE with kindle unlimited. For that price how can you not get this book?
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