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Genre: Thriller, horror

Title: Brain Voices

Author: Kenneth R. Eaton

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0-595-35025-9

Pages: 252

Price: $16.95

The small town of Chilsom has a serial murderer prowling on its residents; specific residents.  This murderer slaughters their victims, horribly mutilating the body.  The victims have all been targets by a madman.

 Detective Dick Dantes is in for the case of his life; this one could make or break his career.  Add a ‘green’ partner and a sexy FBI agent which make a perfect recipe for disaster with regards to the investigation. 

A twisting maze of clues where nothing is as it first appears, and Dick begins to fall in love with the FBI beauty, entangling and distorting the investigation further.  Ultimately Dick’s honor and career are on the line when he is faced with tough decisions while blinded by emotions.

Brain Voices by Kenneth R. Eaton is an ever spiraling tale packed with mystery and suspense.  Mr. Eaton has masterfully detailed the monstrous mind of a killer.  This murderer has two victims, the one that is slain, and the one the master mind has powerfully controlled leaving the victim helpless against them.

A word of caution is advised.  I would rate the book as an ‘R’ for adult language and explicit situations.

The overwhelming oversights on typos had a negative tone as a reviewer.  Although minor details, these typos can prod a reader into putting the book down.  However, the author portrays believable characters and strong storyline allowing the reader to be captivated with the story.  Overall, a good read.

Reviewer: Christina Barber, Muse Reviews

                                                                        GOODRose, Large
Rose, Large 

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