Date Published: November 16, 2020
Publisher: Tekrighter, LLC
A crazed sniper. A loved one wounded, in danger of death. The unforgiving Fake News media. And a hidden villain more loathsome than any that Natalie McMasters has encountered before.
Nattie’s in the crosshairs as a series of seemingly random shootings terrorizes the city. She must fight to keep her polyamorous family from disintegrating, her emotions from running wild and her personal integrity uncompromised. This would be a formidable task for anyone, much less a twentysomething college student who just wants to graduate and get on with her life. Nattie must rely on old friends and new, but how can she even, when friends can become enemies in the blink of an eye? As Nattie nears an emotional meltdown, society collapses along with her, as the sniper’s depredations take their toll on the city.
Sniper! is a twisted, sexy, absolutely gripping descent into darkness jam packed with nail-biting suspense. Don’t miss it!
This is the second Natalie McMaster’s book I’ve read by Thomas A Burns. Both were the same. No, no, wait...I mean each was as good a read and as exciting as the other, not a replica of one another. Natalie McMasters is a Private Detective and a pre-law student. She’s an “in your face” kind of person and lives in what some might call an unusual living arrangement.
I like all of Burns characters. They each have his or her own place and are created to fit in a very difficult puzzle. This book deals a lot with people and their views on gun control as well as your normal crappy political games. Around all of it winds Burns story involving Natalie and her family.
This is a sort of gripping book with 2 plots. It makes you want to solve one while constantly wondering what is happening in the other. Don’t get me wrong. This isn’t a story that switches from one POV to another. It’s very clear just full of tension and suspense.
I must say there is one thing that began to make me yell at Natalie. Rather as if you’re sitting on the couch yelling at a football game on tv. I got tired of Natalie’s constant striking back at everyone. Sometimes in person; sometimes in her mind. It’s just that the subject seemed to go on and on. Sort of an “They started it” theme.
However, let me say something about all of this. An author who writes well enough to evoke enough emotion to get you yelling at the pages (or e-book) has a way with words, doesn’t he?
Waiting for the next Natalie McMasters book.
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