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Book Review: The Kult – Author Shaun Jeffrey

The Kult

by Shaun Jeffrey

People are predictable. That’s what makes them easy to kill.

Out of misguided loyalty, police officer Prosper Snow is goaded into helping his friends perform a copycat killing, but when the real killer comes after him, it’s not only his life on the line, but his family’s too. Now if he goes to his colleagues for help, he risks being arrested for murder. If he doesn’t, he risks being killed.

The above tag  line states that “People are predictable”, Shaun Jeffrey’s “The Kult” is anything but predictable. It is part mystery, thriller and horror story that leads you through a twisting, turning journey from a childhood promise to a sadistic serial killer.

I really enjoyed “The Kult”, it had interesting lifelike characters, a great story, the pace and action kept me turning the pages and it had quite the twist that I did not see coming. I thought that I had figured it out, but alas, I was wrong. I love when a book does that to me and I highly recommend “The Kult” to anyone that just loves a good story.

Also Mr. Jeffrey has informed me that “The Kult” has been made into an independent film. you can watch the trailer here.

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