Book Review: Breaking Point - A Gripping Serial Killer Thriller (A Detective Jack Creed Police Procedural Series Book Book 8) by C T Mitchell
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C T Mitchellabout this book: One dark secret. Five acts of revenge. The truth must come out!
The residents of the Tweed Coast are nervous. For a decade, a serial killer has been active. The media is having a field day - they are striking fear with every headline. The killings are more frequent - five in the past eighteen months. There could be a link to similar murders in Sydney's notorious Kings Cross. All the victims are black. Is this a racial killing spree?
The Chief Superintendent wants answers. His lead officer Detective Sargent Jack Creed is at a dead end. He's up to his armpits with a myriad of suspects including an ex Army police officer, a drunken bar owner and an apathetic, aging team.
Enter the daughter of a respected, retired Detective but with no murder squad experience. Creed's reputation is on the line. He's desperate. What could she possibly offer?
The one vital clue detectives with 25+ years experience have missed. The missing link!
C T Mitchell provides twists and turns at every page in this police procedural thriller. You won't pick the ending!
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Breaking PointAnother macabre murder; one too many thinks seasoned Detective Jack Creed. The public want answers and they want them soon, as do the top brass. New blood is needed to boost the ranks; enter a police-woman with a desirable background but no murder experience. Will 'Boston-Wright'be an asset? One or two are sceptical..But five murders in eighteen months, possibly with a racist motive (except the last killing), puts the Chief Superintendent on the warpath. With not one but three suspects under surveillance, Creed and Boston-Wright have their work cut out. This thriller certainly moves apace, with twists and turns aplenty, ensuring you burn the midnight oil to discover 'who did it.'Breaking Point is CT Mitchell's best novel to date. Do delve... [by Joy Lennick]
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