Roses & Thorns

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Sunday, August 23, 2015

Die for Me by Jack Lynch


A psychic Peter Bragg once saved from suicide has seen her future—death at the hands of a serial killer—and turns to Bragg to save her life again. As one corpse after another is unearthed in the woods of Jack London State Park, Bragg teams up with a Sheriff’s detective in a race against time, and perhaps fate, to hunt down a killer stalking the nightmare landscape of the psychic’s visions, and the dark, deadly streets of San Francisco.

Review by Rochelle Weber:

Die for Me is the second Peter Bragg book by Jack Lynch I’ve read. He’s cut from the same mold as Hammer and Marlowe. Bragg’s a loner who cares more about people than he wants to let on. You can always count on him to do the right thing, even if that means standing you up when you have a date with him. Yeah, the job comes first.

I had a clue who the killer was, but not why he was doing it, but I wasn’t positive until the end. I have to say, it was pretty amazing when Bragg put the puzzle together. The answer came a bit out of left field and truly surprised me. It’s difficult to write this review without giving away too much. Take my word for it—Die for Me will grab you on the first page and keep you burning through to the end.

Length:  217 Pages
Print:  $11.99
Digital:  $2.99

Thanks for visiting. Rose, Julie, Donna, & Rochelle

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