Saturday, November 12, 2016

Murder In Missoula

Murder In Missoula by Laurence Giliotti 

Murder In Missoula by [Giliotti, Laurence]

Retired federal agent Joe Nicoletti is ready for a change. He dreams of a simple life, far away from Washington, D.C., where every street corner reminds him of his dead wife.

When he is offered a faculty position at the University of Montana, he sees it as a dream come true. A chance to start over.

He never dreamed he would have a second chance at love. He never dreamed he would become the prime suspect in a high profile murder case. He never dreamed he would be forced to undertake the most important investigation of his life. But dreams can turn into nightmares when there is Murder In Missoula.

A novel of love and attraction, both normal and perverse, friendship, sacrifice, ambition, innocence, dreams as harbingers of events to come, telepathy, clairvoyance, fate and destiny. All wrapped in a fast paced novel of murder and suspense.


4.0 out of 5 stars ThrillingNovember 11, 2016
This review is from: Murder In Missoula (Kindle Edition)
This was a thrilling mystery story. I enjoyed reading every page of it. Nico is a gritty older man, who gets wrapped up in a serial killers game. Mistakenly accused of murder, he sets out with the victim's best friend to catch the killer. The psychology of the story, the twists, it's interesting. The author has a way with words to bring a dark humor into the story. Each character is developed in a way that makes you feel as if they are a main character, without bombarding you with names to remember. Though less of a mystery, as we know who the killer is off the bat, it leans more towards a thriller. But I enjoy that aspect, because it gives you a great look into the twisted mind of this killer. If you are looking for something different to pass a cold fall day, curl up with this book!
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