Genre: paranormal thriller
Rating: 1 Star
a series of seemingly unconnected mysterious deaths. The deaths themselves are not that mysterious, appearing to be simple accidents. What is strange is that the victims were all movers and shakers in big business and that just before they died, the same small Company bought up lots of their shares. Joined in his search for the truth by an eager, young reporter, he quickly discovers that sometimes the truth IS stranger than fiction....
This was a book whose premise intrigued me. Unfortunately dull, two-dimensional characters and a meandering plot did not exactly do this book any favors. The limits of disbelief were stretched to breaking point by a couple of apparently co-incidental events that
tested credibility and much of the dialogue between characters simply did not ring true. I am struggling to find something positive about this book as I hate writing negative reviews if I can help it but unfortunately in this particular case, the well is coming up dry.
What started off okay quickly became tiresome and the suggestion at the end of this book that a potential sequel is planned did very little to excite me I am afraid to say.