Personalized Murder by Jeff Holt (Book Review #633)

Personalized murder is a crime story about a man that kills based on their victim’s personal weaknesses. Two of the victims happen to be the Democratic President and his VP.

Jon Woodlock is a pathologist who happens to identify the reason for their death to be from heart failure and diabetes; however, as suspicions grow, Jon realizes that foul play is at hand.

 

The mystery novel is written in a very high political setting. Deaths are not random, and a clear agenda is at hand, bringing power to a group that can run the country and plays dirty by their own book.

 

The pace of the study was slow at first and picked up when it needed to entice the reader with the mystery. Jon had a strong character, and his specialties definitely assisted him in his findings. It felt as though the people at play always had the upper hand, and I particularly enjoyed the chase and searched within the layers of the plot.

 

I believe anyone who enjoys mystery crime stories would like reading this book.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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