Monday, 16 April 2018

Review: Serial Termination: A Chilling Dark Serial Killer Crime Thriller

Serial Termination: A Chilling Dark Serial Killer Crime Thriller Serial Termination: A Chilling Dark Serial Killer Crime Thriller by Arnon Edelstein
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Serial killer novels have some unique problems. First and foremost is there is no clear connection between the psychopath and his/ her victims. S/he can strike anywhere on anyone.

a body of young woman is found. Detective Dorit and Moti are assigned to the case. First this looks like an isolated case but soon other bodies start piling up. One thing common amongst them is that they recently has abortions. Dorit and Moti falls in love and when Dorit is also abducted, Moti is devastated. Can he stop the killer before it is too late?

Arnon Edelstein is a criminologist whose interests focus on the connection between immigration and crime, and how that relationship crosses generations. The book is a fast pacy thriller. The love angle is not soppy and the professionalism is maintained. The book tells that a psychopath lacks emotion and he is not necessarily violent. They can be anywhere in management, government, medicine etc.

4/ 5 stars.


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