• Title: Mirror Me
  • Author: Vincent Edwards
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 483
  • Format: ebook
  • Mirror Me The past five years of my life have dragged along I ve been chasing my own tail for years trying to catch a serial killer Not just any serial killer but the serial killer He has been incomparable in
    The past five years of my life have dragged along I ve been chasing my own tail for years, trying to catch a serial killer Not just any serial killer, but the serial killer He has been incomparable in how he kills and even in his contacting the police namely me My name is Charles Clyatt I m the lead detective on his case Some think I m all washed up, because of theThe past five years of my life have dragged along I ve been chasing my own tail for years, trying to catch a serial killer Not just any serial killer, but the serial killer He has been incomparable in how he kills and even in his contacting the police namely me My name is Charles Clyatt I m the lead detective on his case Some think I m all washed up, because of the one case that I haven t been able to solvet It s not like anyone else had a better chance at solving it either But, with only a month to go until my retirement, my whole career is being defined by this one case and it s driving me crazy Having had to watch family after family die has caused me years of distress He always targets the happy families He watches them die slowly He likes to look at their faces, into their eyes, as life s joys slip away as the life drains from their bodies He believes he sees into their very souls At least, that s what one profiler had to say about the inner workings of his mind Of all of the cold blooded killers I ve come across, the hundreds I ve caught over the years I ve never seen any as monstrous as he is.

    One Reply to “Mirror Me”

    1. This was the first time I read a crime suspense and thriller! Vincent grabbed my attention from the very beginning and put my mind into Detective Charles Clyatt's thoughts. I picture Samuel L. Jackson playing Charles Clyatt if this was a movie. He was a believable detective who was quick-tongued, short-tempered, funny, and witty. Sometimes I was laughing at his sarcasm and other times I felt sorry for him since his job he didn't allow him to spend time with his family. Like so many real-life det [...]

    2. This has got to be one of the best books of the year! Hands down! There are so many shockers in this story that leave you speechless. The graphic details and character development are on point. Once you think you have one thing figured out, you soon discover you're nowhere near right. And no one is safe! This is a compelling story that will leave you guessing and up at night. Vincent Edwards has done it again!

    3. (This review may contain spoilers).I have a few mixed feelings about this book, to be completely honest. I found that it held my attention and several of the characters were fairly interesting and well-written, but I did get confused with some of the characters.I did notice a lot of errors in the book and they did throw me out a bit. A couple of times, the writing slipped into present tense instead of past. I also have to say that the police force seemed to lack the capability to work together a [...]

    4. Mirror Me gave me a contemporary deeply involving suspense novel. Definitely a entertaining and gripping turn paging read. From a engaging lead character to a sinister villain, this is a mystery that will keep you going.

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