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READER REVIEW: “Time Killer” is definitely one of those books that once you start reading it, you don’t want to put it down until you’ve finished the whole thing. The story starts off with a super creepy opening that sets the tone for the rest of the book. I like that we are able to see the crimes as they take place, along with Max and Jessie as they try to get to the bottom of things. And there are some interesting twists along the way! A nice addition to the genre, and fans of murder mysteries and police dramas should grab it for sure." --Stacy Decker
In the small city of Rockton, Illinois, someone is tired of waiting. He’s tired of standing in line at the grocery store and tired of waiting at the drive-through line. Now he’s doing something about it.
The first murder rocks the city. The entire Bjornson family—except the father, Stephen—has been brutally murdered, and the killer has left a message behind, written in the victim’s blood: Don’t Waste People’s Time. It’s a grizzly start for two young detectives who’ve just become partners. But Max Larkin and Jesse Fairlane put their personal distaste for each other aside and start concentrating on how to find the killer from striking again.
As they investigate the scene of the crime and interview Stephen at the hospital, the clues slowly begin to add up. Could this be a deranged killer who struck ten years ago and has now returned to the area? Before they can answer that question, another murder is reported, and Max and Jesse suddenly realize they have a serial killer on the loose.
But as they get closer to the truth, a past memory begins to haunt Max, one that might lead to a break in the case—or the end of his career.
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