The Shadowmaker

Shadowmaker by T.J. Champitto is a suspenseful crime thriller and the first book in the Shadowmaker series. It’s an action-packed and exciting thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat from the beginning. The story centers around Henry, a successful criminal who appears to be moving up in the world with a new job and a plan that will make him and his partner millions. Henry’s world quickly descends into chaos when a sudden incident occurs, resulting in death.

Champitto creates a thrilling world with compelling characters and an intriguing plot that unravels flawlessly, keeping readers eager to read one chapter after another. I especially enjoyed the danger Henry always seems to fall into and the plot twists that keep the reader guessing what will happen next. Henry’s character development is excellent. As you become familiar with him, a little more about his past and way of life unravels further, reeling you in as you dive into the mystery.

The author’s writing style shines well throughout the book, which is easy to read and holds my attention throughout the story. I enjoyed the shocking turns of events, and suspense, which only added to the storyline, setting, and action. There is always a sense of impending danger, both thrilling and frightening, in an entertaining way.

Shadowmaker is a stellar read that will keep you mesmerized by the characters and unexpected plot twists. I highly recommend T.J. Champitto’s book and look forward to reading the next book in the series.

Pages 380 | ASIN 1957288973

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