BOOK EPUB Mourn The Living BY Henry Pérez – and–rey.us
Rrupted when he is called by his editor and INFORMED THAT THE PAPER S LEAD REPORTER JIM CHAKOWSKI that the paper s lead reporter Jim Chakowski been killed in an explosion at his homeThough written off by the police and been killed in an explosion at his homeThough written off by the police and epartments as an accident caused by a gas leak and faulty wiring Alex s poking around causes him to believe it was not an accident at all It turns out Chakowski had been investigating a series of seemingly unrelated murders strung out over numerous years in several ifferent citiesAs Alex picks up the investigation it becomes apparent not only were the previous murders related but that the killer has made Alex s city his newest hunting ground Before he knows it Alex is oing than chasing a story he s chasing a killer one who s also chasing himAs author Henry Perez noted in his guest blog on Monday Alex is very much a flawed character His obsession with his job was the major factor in his marriage s collapse he Cronache della famiglia Wapshot doesn t spend enough time with hisaughter his temper tends to get him in trouble with both his editor and the police and his new relationship is on the verge of going the way of his marriage for the same reasonsYet it s precisely those things that make Alex so believable Perez has created in Alex Chapa a series lead who the average reader can actually imagine knowing or even see in themselves Add to that wonderfully rich supporting characters race against the clock plots and Perez s insider s knowledge of the workings of the newspaper industry and you ve got a must read new crime fiction series So many villainsPerez is so much than just a good storyteller I am left feeling admiration for the hero without knowing how much I like him yet I
"love a story "a story leaves me satisfied with the resolution while I continue to imagine how the characters may The Temple of the Golden Pavilion develop in the future The only criticism I have is that Erin and Mike are too perfect Please let that little boyo some normal misbehaving sometimes so he The Secret Life of Birds doesn t grow up to be a serial killer. Es no one is safe from this psychopath's murderous rage For the killer has set his sights on Alex and those he loves and only their blood will satisfy himPraise for Henry Perez A riveting thriller Killing Redemands to be read in one sitting James Rollin.
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Another good mystery marred for me by a somewhat stupid protagonist finishedvery good book i enjoyed reading it so
the style is greati the way he writesi cannot wait to read another by henry perez he will be around for a whileDAVID This was a very good book I must admit the storyline kept surprising me I started out thinking I wouldn t like the book but as I kept reading I liked it and I liked the plot as it had aMuchand The Style Is Greati
few unexpected twists and left me wanting to read This book hasunexpected twists and left me wanting to read This book has character I can like and root for someone not perfect but not so flawed as to be implausible in the story There s enough to grab your attention action wise and it keeps you guessing all the way through A serial killer has been on the loose for years moving from city to city but now journalist Alex Chapa is tracking the story after the murder of a colleague At the same time he is trying to manage the complications of his personal life which include his 10 year old aughter visiting from Boston and his relationship
with a new girlfriend For me the story fell flat with characters I never felt I knew and a plot whicha new girlfriend For me the story fell flat with characters I never felt I knew and a plot which credibility A pretty engrossing thriller with a very human hero and all in all I really enjoyed this read The ialogue was smart the protagonist s personality was well rawn and although I liked him I could easily see why so many of his associates id not I was absolutely sure that I knew who the bad guy would be but I was wrong The story never Wrong Pong dragged without some new twist or turn popping up to snap the reader to attention I wouldefinitely like to read other books by this author Mourn the readers of this exercise in banality Is it a reflection of society when simple uninspiring literature like this gets published I regret that I couldn t rate it lower than 1 A monkey with a pencil in its teeth could write a appealing piece Plot structure and characters are all simple amalgams that Perez cut and pasted from ot. Wherever You Live From city to city one man walks the streets carefully choosing his victims Mercilessly he cuts their throats And with each kill he leaves his chilling trademark honed to razor sharp perfection over ecades of practice He'll Find You But. ,
Her contemporary works I had to freuently refer to the cover to verify which book I was reading because this tripe by Perez is so common in contemporary fiction Do contemporary authors share a common brain Avoid this book even if you have a chance to read it without charge The first third or so of this book had me thinking it would be a 5 star read The premise is interesting with the ecline of the newspaper business
town politics and a vigilante killer I liked Alex s character and was with him in his uest for answers least that s how I felt at the start Then things started to unravel and severely stretched credibility Apparently every cop in the town either hates Alex and wants to see him suffer or is completely inept Or both Alex becomes some sort of superhero able to survive and conuer most anything He seems to be the only person able to put the pieces together and no one wants to believe he s onto something He needs to The Contest of the Century do the cops job as well as his own in order to save the world That s how the second half felt to me I had to force myself to keep reading and to stop rolling my eyesAnother issue I had with this book is a stylistic choice of the author Perez writes in the traditional third person past tense for most of the book but the killer s parts are written in first person present tense I am not a fan of the switch in tenses In general Io not like first person present tense and Ismall town politics and a vigilante killer I liked Alex s character and was with him in his uest for answers
find the switch in tenses throughout a story jolting It can feel like two completely The Battle of the Atlantic different stories whenone this wayOverallthe switch in tenses throughout a story jolting It can feel like two completely ifferent stories
when one this wayOverall the plot is interesting and the writing itself isdone this wayOverall the plot is interesting and the writing itself is I found the story and characters stretched credibility to the point of fantasy Mourn the Living the second book in author Henry Perez s series featuring newspaper reporter Alex Chapa finds Alex juggling several complicated issues Model-Based Systems Engineering with OPM and SysML dealing with both the living and theeadRecently Pour une branche de gui divorced Alex s vacation with his visiting youngaughter is inte. Now reporter Alex Chapa is tracking the story following the lead of a murdered colleague and getting Medieval Intrigue dangerously close to the most elusive serial killer inecadesAnd Kill You When the next victim surfaces bearing the unmistakable calling card Alex realiz.