Saturday, December 27, 2014

Book Review: Blind Evil by Eric Praschan

Blind Evil
By Eric Praschan
Publisher: Eric Praschan
Published: Feb. 10, 2014

Amazon Synopsis:

**Amazon Bestseller in Psychological Suspense and Crime Thrillers**
Sometimes you can be so close to evil, you can't even see it.

Police detective John Grayson's worst nightmare comes to life when he investigates a chilling double homicide and discovers that his best friend, David Vincent, is the prime suspect. As John unravels the mystery and trails the killer across Missouri, he finds himself caught in the web of David's twisted psychological schemes. The terror increases when Emily Dolon, the woman both John and David have loved since childhood, becomes the target of David's macabre mind games.

Trapped between his duty of solving the case and his devotion to his best friend, John struggles to find the truth, knowing he must execute justice, even if it costs him lifelong loyalties or his own life. Blind Evil is a taut psychological thriller that explores the dark place where sanity and madness collide.

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My Thoughts:

John Grayson, David Vincent and Emily Dolon have been friends since childhood. They have stuck together through college and into adulthood. Both men have loved Emily, but John eventually won her heart.

Now John is investigating a double homicide and signs are pointing to his best friend David Vincent as the prime suspect. How can he keep his loyalty to his friend at bay while he investigates this crime?

Blind Evil was a riveting book to read. One man’s descent into madness caused so much pain in the lives of other people who were so loyal to him. Was their loyalty to him part of the reason he was able to cause all that pain?

The characters in this novel were well developed and interesting. I cared about what happened to them especially when Emily becomes the target.

There were many twists and turns that only the mind of a madman can conceive. David Vincent planned each move carefully as he had everyone on their toes guessing as to what was going to happen next.

Blind Evil is hard to put down once you pick it up. Be prepared for late nights until you’ve finished it because you’ll just have to know what happens next. I rated it 5 stars out of 5.

Thank you to the author for providing a copy of the book in exchange for a fair and honest review. A positive opinion is not required. All thoughts are my own.

About the Author:

Eric Praschan lives in Columbia, Missouri, with his wife. He loves suspense fiction books like an addiction. He has a background in drama, music, teaching, and theology. Some of his hobbies include watching college football and monster movies, listening to hard rock music, and playing basketball.

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