Sunday, April 15, 2018

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Unforeseen (Thomas Prescott #1)Unforeseen by Nick Pirog
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Thomas Prescott is a retired homicide detective. An author has written a book, Eight in October, about a serial killer. It just so happens, Prescott was the detective in charge of the case. He doesn't need to read the book because he lived all of the gruesome details, but Prescott has a secret. Everyone thinks the killer, Tristen Grayer, is dead. Prescott knows he is not. On October 1, the one year anniversary of the case, Grayer strikes again, but this time, it's personal. Grayer is targeting the women Prescott is closest to. Prescott enlists the help of Tooms, the author of Eight in October (a book within a book), and medical examiner Caitlin Dodds to try and stop Grayer before eight more people are dead.

I would have given this book a higher rating, but the author tried a little too hard to make his main character (Prescott) funny. Too frequent wiseass jokes, comments, etc. It got old. He was also what you'd describe as crass. The story was interesting, if not a little gross, but kept me wanting to read. I don't know if I want to read any other books by Pirog, but for less than $2, this one was good.

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