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Saturday, December 5, 2015

Review: Every Crooked Path by Steven James


About the book:
Who is the Piper? . . . 

Special Agent Patrick Bowers returns in an electrifying prequel to the Bowers Chess series from critically acclaimed, national bestselling novelist Steven James. 

A mysterious suicide and a series of abductions draw Patrick into a web of intrigue involving an international conspiracy where no one is who they appear to be and the stakes have never been higher.

Soon, Patrick discovers that the secret to stopping the Piper’s current crime spree lies in unlocking answers from an eight-year-old cold case—and the only way to do that is by entering the terrifying world of the conspirators himself.

Dark, probing, and chilling, Every Crooked Path takes an unflinching look at the world of today’s cybercrimes and delves into a parent’s worst nightmare as it launches a new chapter of Patrick Bowers thrillers.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

Every Crooked Path is the newest addition in the Patrick Bowers Files and one of the tougher ones for me to read due to the subject matter. While it may have been hard to read, I felt like it was an important story and eye-opening.

As with all of the Bowers' books, I absolutely loved the characters. This glimpse of Tessa with her mom was great, as was seeing Tessa and Patrick connect and get to know each other better. My favorite character, as always, was Tessa. :)

The suspense was phenomenal! I had no idea who the "bad guys" were and was shocked by the ending, as I didn't guess it at all! I really liked how while things were wrapped up in the end, it also left you with a little cliffhanger and makes me anxious to read the next Bowers' book.

All in all, Every Crooked Path was a great thriller. I do recommend it, but with a warning. If you are at all sensitive, you might not want to read this story as it deals with child exploitation and things of that nature, which makes it tough to read at times.

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