Review of “Eleven”
Suspenseful crime fiction.
Eleven graves have been found, but only ten are filled. What is the significance of eleven? You’ll feel like you are right there with the team of FBI agents as they race against time to stop the serial killer from filling the final grave. Their prime suspect is behind bars. Who is killing in his stead—and why? The ending will not disappoint.
Carolyn Arnold writes in a quick-paced style that I love. She has great dialogue. Her ability to build suspense hooks you from the first chapter. Arnold is a master at almost filling in the blanks—but then leaving you dangling.
The book deserves five stars out of five for the quality of the writing, the great characterization, and the skill in building suspense. My only disappointment was some language and a graphic scene near the end of the book. This keeps it from being a “clean” read, making it not possible for me to give the book the high personal recommendation that the writing warrants.
About the Author:
Carolyn Arnold is a fellow Canadian, born and raised in rural Ontario. Currently she lives in Southwestern Ontario with her husband of fifteen years and her two beagles.
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