Book: Ultimate Justice - A Trey Fontaine Mystery by Ryder Islington
categories: Book, FBI, Homicide, Justice, Southern Mystery, Suspense, Louisiana, Plot Twists, Violence, Serial Killer
Ryder Islington about this book: FBI Agent Trey Fontaine joins his godfather Russell Coleman and his new partner, Gemini Taylor in the hunt for a serial killer in small town Louisiana. But he has more to deal with than just a serial killer, or working with his godfather. Gemini Taylor was his dream girl in school, and now she carries a gun. Throw in the fact that he was injured on his last assignment and is now popping pain pills like a kid with a Pez dispenser, and you have a man on the edge.
This book was inspired by my own run in with a serial killer. I would recommend it for readers of mysteries, thrillers, and suspense. And those who love a Southern backdrop might enjoy it too. I wouldn't recommend it for young people. It is bloody, gory and has explicit violence. Getting into the heads of the the children who have been abused was hard. I learned a lot about acting out as a result of psychological problems.
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