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- Print Length: 264 pages
- Publisher: Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc. (11 April 2017)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MUAA8JL
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- Average Customer Review: 29 customer reviews
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Remnants (Brandon Fisher FBI Series Book 6) Kindle Edition
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Whilst trying to establish who the victims are, more body parts turn up, all with the same distinguishing features. That is until a torso washes up. This time the skin is intact, but has been painted blue. This leads the detectives to the conclusion that the murderer is performing some kind of Mayan ritual.
When a phone washes up belonging to a local man, the agents believe they may have their suspect, especially when they visit his property and discover that he went missing a few days ago.
Can the case really be this simple?
Remnants, is a thrilling book, full of twists and turns. You may think that you know the killer, but could you be being led down the wrong path? With every piece of the puzzle that is revealed, you will start doubting yourself, but was your first instinct right all along?
The plot has that gripping intensity to it, and is most certainly a page-turner. I needed to find out who the culprit was, and what made him/her tick.
Special Agent Brandon Fisher is quite a complex, but very likeable character, with his own personal problems. But his isn’t the only voice you get to hear throughout the story. The killer is present too. There are clues to the identity throughout, subtly hidden. It’s only once you discover who the murderer is, that these clues become apparent.
I thoroughly enjoyed the book from the first word to the last. It is the sixth book in the Brandon Fisher series, but I presume that they can all be read as stand-alone books, as I had no problem understanding the story, nor Brandon.
With such in-depth character developments, a flawless, well-researched plot, and a storyline that holds you to its pages, you can tell that this has been written by an accomplished crime writer.
Now all that’s left to do, is to read the other five. Here’s hoping that they are as superb as this one.
Reviewed on Whispering Stories Book Blog
*I received a free copy of this book, which I voluntarily reviewed
Remnants is book #6 of the Brandon Fisher FBI crime series and can also be read as a stand-alone novel.
The story is set in the state of Georgia. The prologue opens with a man in search of his next victim at a shopping mall in Atlanta, where we read about his quick ruthless snatch-and-grab of a young man.
Chapter one introduces us to FBI agent Brandon Fisher, his boss Jack and his co-workers Zack and Paige. They’ve been called to Savannah by Lieutenant Pike after human remains were found in a river. Evidence suggests the limbs are from three different victims; the feet, hands and skin have been removed.
Recent rainfall may have disturbed the place where these bones had been buried. Further disturbing evidence suggests the perpetrator is copying ancient Mayan sacrificial techniques. A local man is reported missing; investigations highlight questions about his work and social routine. The team believe they have a link to several cold cases of other missing men. Just what has missing banker Stanley Gilbert been doing on Friday afternoons?
I’ve not read any of the other books in this series, so the writer’s style was new to me. The main action is interspersed with chatter between the FBI team about their various relationships. This was a weaker part of the book for me with rather clichéd storylines. The call of the job puts paid to Valentine’s plans for both Brandon and Paige, whilst Jack has his own demons from a past case.
Much of the investigative work relied on Nadia, a data analyst from Quantico, who is super-efficient. This left the team in Savannah running between leads, interviewing suspects and working with the local police force. The Mayan sacrifice angle was interesting, I would have liked this to have a larger part to the storyline; I felt it could have added some more plot twists and tension to lift this to a real edge of your seat thriller.
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