Book Review Life of Evil by Robert Lalonde

Life of Evil by Robert Lalonde

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Samantha Blake has taken a job working for Private Investigator Frank Reeves. Though an office assistant, Sam dreams to be an investigator herself one day. And while most of the investigative work revolves around surveillance, Sam is happy her boss is giving her training in the field. But Sam will soon find herself caught up in something bigger and more dangerous than surveillance. When a serial killer decides to leave “trophies” of his victims at the office, Sam and Frank find themselves hunting a killer and hoping they’ll catch him before he kills again.

This is the second novel I’ve read by Robert Lalonde and it did not disappoint. Great descriptions made it easy to imagine the scenes depicted. Sam and Frank are well developed characters, with Sam’s abilities pleasantly surprising me. The antagonist in this novel is pure evil. The story had good pacing and had a satisfying ending.

Looking forward to reading more of the Reeves and Blake Novels.




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