10-30: A Riveting Crime Mystery by Michael Golvach (Book Review #613)

10-30: A Riveting Crime Mystery is a murder thriller story. Having read previous works from this author, I knew from the start that I was in for a beautiful story. Payden Becks has recently joined the police force. He works under an older, more experienced field trained officer named, Richard. Richard is married to Ana, and the three of them get to become close to a point where Richard even asks Payden to watch over his wife when he is called in for an assignment.

Richard is murdered, and that is where the story takes an exciting turn. Payden and Anna work together in discovering what really happened and why Richard is gone. The more they investigate, the deeper the story goes.

 

I found the book to be very intense. Being a crime mystery story, I was expecting it to be as such. The literature not only was descriptive to its nature of standing, but it also defined the feelings and interactions between the characters to a very natural way. The prospect of knowing how and why the murder has happened was very interesting to me, and I believe the author took significant consideration towards making sure there weren’t any loopholes.

 

I recommend this to murder mystery fans and people who like to read intense storylines.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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