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The God Killer

3.43 of 5 stars 3.43  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The first victim is hung in crucifixion position—a gash in his side and a wreath on his head. Homicide detectives Dylan Black and Vivienne Sheffield are baffled by strange words written in Scrabble tiles, the dead man’s discarded glass eye, and wolf hair left at the scene. The victim’s neighbor, a college student and mythology buff named Trevor McDaniel, is convinced the v...more
Paperback, 362 pages
Published July 29th 2011 by Charles Alan Long
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Jason Huffman-black
4.5 stars

A murder mystery with a serial killer who uses mythology in his killings. I kept wondering how it could go wrong (because of a few low rating with no review). And it didn't. I really enjoyed this. It was fast paced and kept me in the edge of my seat.
The murders are graphically depicted, if that bothers you.
Alan
There is a new serial killer in the town of Normandy, Ohio, and he has a uniquely sick calling card: he arranges his killings to simulate the deaths of gods from Norse, Egyptian, Greek, and Roman mythology. Each crime scene is littered with symbolic clues, carefully chosen to indicate which god the victim represents.

The killer is extremely meticulous, and leaves no clues. Neither Detective Dylan Black nor his partner Vivienne Sheffield are versed in folklore, so they are both pleased to find tha...more
Brandon Carlisle
Apr 01, 2013 Brandon Carlisle rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: People liking thrillers
This was a great read as a thriller. M/M took a rear seat and was minimal through most of the book. The book is a real page turner and kept me interested all the way. The killer was unique among all the thrillers I have read. The two main detective characters Black and Sheffield were well done and the Myth Boy Trevor was very believable. The visits into the killer's mind were creepy and well done. I highly recommend this book as a thriller more than a M/M romance. I gave it four stars because I...more
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