This was a very good book.
Wow! What a ride! I didn't figure out whodunit until the last minute.
Either I'nm dense, or it's a really good book!
A GOOD READ FULL OF INTRIGUE
Good book! Fast moving and interest keeping.
Logan's new police thriller, a sequel to Absolute Zero, has former cop Phil Broker on the hunt for "the Saint," a mysterious killer of suspected child molesters whose signature is a St. Nicholas medallion left in the mouths of his victims. The Saint's latest target, a Catholic priest, has fallen prey in the small town of Stillwater, Minn., where Broker, a retired cop who worked undercover for the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, now lives. The local police chief lacks the manpower to marshal much of an investigation, so he hires Broker. Soon, Broker's instincts lead him to two prime suspects. One is Harry Cantrell, a notoriously violent cop and drunkard with a particular dislike for child molesters. The other is a prosecutor, the lithesome Gloria Russell, still seething over her courtroom defeat that let a child killer walk free. Also on Broker's mind is the fact that his estranged wife, an undercover government operative, has disappeared somewhere in Europe, along with their five-year-old daughter. Logan crafts his plot with vigor and clarity, setting up what initially looks like a predictable finale, then pulling the rug out from under readers. With rich characters, a voice of unhesitating assurance and a plot refreshingly free of gimmickry, Logan once again delivers good old-fashioned storytelling.
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY REVIEW
A whodunit that'll keep you guessing and breathless-worth the read
An interesting insight into the characters, the law enforcement and the ramifications of a crime no one wants to see solved (death of a pedophile). Good story and interesting message.
fantastic action scenes, dee, multi-layered characters and a plot that will keep your head spinning