June 2, 2009

Review: Dangerously Innocent by Nesrine Joseph

There have been several brutal murders in Sydney. Detective Luther James and his partner Rochelle are having a hard time finding any links to the victims. The only commonality of these sadistic acts are that the killers targets have all been male. Is it the wife who left town? Could it be the latest victim's woman on the side? Could it be a jealous ex? Luther and Rochelle aren't sure but they know that if they don't hurry up and find this killer, there will be several more murders. Maybe even their own.

This is a fast paced book that can be read in one sitting. The characters are likable and the writing style flows. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes mysteries/detective books.



Thank you to Bostick Communications and the author for sending me this book to review.

3 comments:

Neas Nuttiness said...

Every once in a while, I enjoy a book that quick and easy to read. Thanks for the review.

Kate said...

Great review. This sounds like a really good read!

ann marie said...

Thanks for the book review. I will have to add it to my wish list. Have a great week. :)