Monday, May 13, 2013

Rage Against the Dying, by Becky Masterman

I love a flawed protagonist, and retired FBI agent Brigid Quinn is deeply flawed, completely human, and often quite funny.  When a man is arrested for a series of ritualized killings that might have included her former protege, Brigid draws away from her happy marriage and quiet retired life, toward the chaos and brutality of the investigation of serial killers. When it turns out that someone might also be hunting her, Brigid's marriage, her life, and her freedom are all on the line.

1 comment:

  1. OMG, I LOVED this book! There are so many greats in this book. Great story; great writing. A flawed, feisty main character who grabs ahold of you and won't let you go, written with barefaced honesty. A story line that is believable and that rings true. No cheating the reader in this one, folks. I am in awe of you, Becky Masterman, and look forward with absolute pleasure for your next book, and if it is even one tenth as good as this one, it will still be 99% better than anything else out there. Brava, writer!