MaryAnn Koopmann’s review
Apr 29, 13
5 of 5 stars
Read from April 17 to 29, 2013
Twelve murders, ten suspects. Confusion over identities. Embezzlement. Fraud. Incest. Blackmail. Insanity. Intrigue at its best.
Simply captivating. A solid, poignant tale of violence and innocence . . . cool, brisk and polished. . Kuhn’s unique imagination has made him a past master of fast and witty dialogue, and architect of memorable characters. The Pelman Murders follows that tradition with a meticulously plotted storyline. Gripping and full of genuine page-turning surprises.
I really enjoyed this story. There were so many twists and turns that I had to keep reading to see how the story ends. Fantastic plot interwoven with strong characters. Gordon Kuhn has created a beautiful world full of character to root for and against.
Rich and compelling…It takes a master like Kuhn to juggle a character study with shocking thriller elements and put readers on a vast emotional roller coaster ride.