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When there’s murder, there’s mystery. When there’s secrets, there’s truth. What’s in the dark will always come to light. No matter how hard you try to suppress it justice will rise.
In The House of Night, by Donald Levin the reader is immersed into the gruesome murder of Charlie Bright, who was a history professor at Wayne State University in Detroit. PI Martin Preuss is hired by Bright’s friends to find out who killed him. Preuss is taken on a wild chase throughout the metropolitan Detroit region. Intelligent, observant and tenacious, will Preuss have what it takes to find the killer?
Levin has done an impeccable job building the suspense in this book. Making the reader feel as if they’re the protagonist in the book trying to solve a gruesome murder. The secrets that were revealed shocked me and made me want to continue reading on. Be prepared to be taken on a wild first hand chase into the depths of the investigation. The tone of this book can be really dark and heavy.
The author’s writing is concise and methodical. I was able to feel the tension and anger between characters. Each character has a distinct personality and you start to connect with some and dislike others. I was anxious to find out who was Charlie Bright’s killer.
Fans of mystery and suspense will not be disappointed because this book covers it all. The plot of In The House of Night is engaging and the author has done a fantastic job building each character. This is a thrilling crime novel with twists and turns that will keep you enthralled.
Pages: 336 | ASIN: B08JRN7HVL
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