About the book:
It’s high summer and the streets of Bridlington East Yorkshire are awash with tourists. A serial killer is on the loose. DCI Will Scott and his team embark upon a fast paced investigation to catch a killer with a unique agenda. As the body count rises the killer randomly moves location and the police are unwittingly drawn into a dark and sinister world where cover-ups and corruption reigns. A place where no one can truly be trusted and nothing is ever what it seems.
Buy your copy: Revenge Of The Malakim by Paul Harrison
About the author:
Paul Harrison is a retired police officer, with a successful career that spanned three decades. During that time, he worked on some memorable high profile investigations, and interviewed countless criminals who operated within the darker side of humanity. Paul began writing and had his first book published during his time in the police. Since then, he has gone on to write 34 books, mainly in the field of true crime. Now he has turned all that experience into writing crime fiction. His first novel Revenge of the Malakim will be published in the Spring 2017.
Revenge of the Malakim is the first book in the Grooming Parlour Trilogy and the first book by Paul Harrison that I’ve read. It follows DCI Will Scott as he is tasked with investigating a spate of murderers attributed to a serial killer stalking the streets of Bridlington.
No plot discussion or big reveals here, but what I will say is that this is a relatively gruesome read in places for those who may be averse to violence. I read so many of these books, so to be honest, that kind of stuff doesn’t bother me, but just remember that when you read it.
There is a lot more going on than the killings themselves. Revenge of the Malakim explores many themes, most notably corruption. I can’t say much more about it without giving anythug away or revealing some of the subtle hints the author has dropped between the pages.
I reckon Revenge of the Malakim may be a little divisive for readers. While elements of the book are quite interesting, some of it may be a little harder for people to get on with. That being said, it has more than enough to keep the reader turning the page to see what is happening and why!