Nemesis by Roger A. Price

Nemesis (Badge and the Pen #1)Nemesis by Roger A. Price
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

WOW where do I start, this book is one of those that has been sitting on my pile for for far to long and I actually wish that I would of read it sooner.

With psychopath Daniel Moxley on the loose after escaping from Broadmoor high security prison. He sets off on one hell of a murder spree. Detective Vinne Palmer is on the case and even he doesn’t know who the next victim is going to be. Vinnie teams up with up TV presenter Christine Jones on the hunt for the killer. With Moxley being one step of them, can they confront Moxley in one terrifying final encounter?

This book is action packed and fast pasted from start to finish. The author takes us on one terrifying journey where he describes some stomach turning scenes. Yes this book isn’t for the fainthearted. But I do love a bit of gruesome in crime. It only seems right if the killer is labelled a psychopath. I actually found myself squirming and reading parts of this, with my one eye closed! talk about getting under my skin.

I love the use of short chapters and found myself flying through this story. Roger certainly knows his Police procedures, it is portrayed throughout the story.

This book would make a brilliant film and I cannot wait to read the next in series. I highly recommend it giving it 4.5 stars.

Thank you to Roger A. Price for a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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2 thoughts on “Nemesis by Roger A. Price

  1. Thanks Michelle, what a lovely surprise to see you kind review, I'm so glad you enjoyed it, and I agree; it would make a great film! Just need to find a producer to agree. Thanks again, much appreciated, Roger.


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