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BOOK REVIEW: COMES A HORSEMAN
BY ROBERT LIPARULO

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Brady Moore cared for his young son, Zach, since the hit and run death of his wife eighteen months ago. Brady planned on a trip the next day. He worked for the FBI as a special agent and criminal psychologist and was going to investigate a crime scene. The only problem is that the local police got to the scene first and most likely contaminated the evidence.

Cynthia Loeb lived in the secluded, wooded foothills of the town. Cynthia thought she heard a noise in the house. The phone rang. It was Marcie who wanted to know why she was not in church on Sunday. Cynthia told Marcie she believed someone was in the house. Marcie offered to call the police but Cynthia told her to hold on for a minute. Cynthia picked up the poker from the fireplace. She heard the sound of breathing. What was it? Who was it? What happened to Cynthia?

Several gruesome murders are starting to take place throughout the United States. There seems to be some kind of ritual involved in the murders. Brady and his partner, Alicia Wagner, investigate the gruesome murders but are they able to figure out what kind of ritual is taking place? You will be surprised!

Brady and Alicia finally discover a clue that could lead them to the murderer - or does it lead the murderer to them?

This novel is a real thriller. If you cannot stand descriptions of a gruesome murder, this is not the book for you. However, if you like thrillers that are spine chilling and just won't let go of the reader, this book is for you. This book is loaded with suspense and moves at a very fast pace. As you sit down to read this book, be sure your doors are locked! This one is highly recommended.

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

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