Stormi's Review: The .22 Caliber Homicides (Book One) by William Barrons
Author Provided Copy
Publisher: iCrew Digital Publishing
Released: August 15th 2015
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense
Length: 253 pages
Format: eBook, Paperback
This is the gripping story of San Diego Police Homicide Team Three Sergeant Jack Leslie. He’s be-deviled trying to solve the mystery of someone repeatedly shooting out eyes and teeth with a .22 caliber gun! The weapon is ridiculously tiny for such murders.
Leslie falls head over heels in love with a ravishing redhead and admires her twelve year old daughter who is an aspiring actress.
Could it be their friend who’s committing these gruesome murders?
Two Boundless Stars
I have to say that this isn't the normal crime book. It was good, but at the same time the writing didn't do it for me. It seemed like I was reading a script or a kids crime book at times.
Most crime dramas are very action packed and get the adrenaline pumping, but in my opinion this did not offer that much. It was an OK book with a good storyline. I just think the delivery could be worked on some.