A serial killer is on the loose in Atlanta. . .
Citizens of Georgia breathe a sigh of relief when Douglas Parson is arrested and placed on death row for the brutal murder of a priest. With the monster behind bars, the city of Atlanta will be a little more secure. But when a string of similar murders begin to take place, police begin to wonder if Parson is somehow involved, especially after receiving regular visits from a mysterious blonde woman with a briefcase. But is everything truly what it seems to be, or is there something far more sinister at work?
A true thriller in every sense of the word, Coming of the Hour is fast-paced and very hard to put down. Author Harrison Charles explores the controversial subjects of the death penalty and dirty politics, drawing the reader into a tangled plot with a stunning twist at the end. Written in a style similar to French author Franck Thilliez, this dark, gritty book will both scare you and hold you in suspense.
But be forewarned- this book is not for the faint of heart as it is extremely graphic. So much so that there were moments when I had a difficult time reading through it, which is why I elected to give it 3.5 instead of a full 4 star rating.
Recommended for anyone who loves a good thriller / mystery.
Rating: 3.5 stars
I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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