Monday, August 11, 2014

{Review} EXIT FROM GRACE by Gregory Scott Kase

ISBN #: 978-1466477308
Page Count: 310
Copyright: March 14, 2012
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Book Description:
(Taken from back cover)

Some families just don’t get along. But when a father lay dying, will a family come together as one to cope with tragedy, or will they struggle to keep their own agendas of breaking free?

They want answers...and so do the police. Others have been dying too. Could the murders be connected?

While the lead detective digs deeper into the case, its seems the family only wants to forget. Could they be hiding something? Why don’t they want justice? Or maybe they do...

Charlene's Review:

Marty Riecer is a man of excess; money, acquaintances, drugs, and enemies. So when he becomes the victim of a home invasion, there are many leads to follow. The police soon find that Marty was involved with a known drug trafficker and his death may be tied to a string of recent murders. His children, Grace and Davis, don’t seem overly concerned with finding his killer and the police are left to search for suspects that keep ending up dead.

Exit From Grace is a tangled web of deceit that ensnares you in its madness. Many times I thought, "aha!", only to get fooled again. The intricate weaving of the characters and their relationships was an added surprise, as the twists kept coming, chapter after chapter. There were a few details that I felt were not explained deeply enough, but if this is meant to be a series, perhaps details will come to light over time. I will be watching for further Onward Through The Fog titles.

If mystery/suspense is your preferred genre, I highly recommend Exit From Grace. Mr. Kase is masterful at sending up smokescreens that hinder your ability to put the clues together. As you march "onward through the fog", whodunit never becomes crystal clear until the very last page.

*A paperback copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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