Death's Angel

A Detective Al Warner Suspense

Fiction - Suspense
318 Pages
Reviewed on 06/16/2015
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Reviewed by Tameca McClendon for Readers' Favorite

We know who is doing it, but why is Angie Dedios having sex with these beautiful women and then killing them? This one question will plague readers as they become submerged in George A. Bernstein’s suspense read, Death’s Angel. A novel that will have you craving to uncover the mystery as well as wondering if this is a mystical read, or perhaps this Angie character is a complete lunatic? On the other hand, the question all readers are really dying to know: “Is this book worth their time?”

As an overworked detective, Al Warner, haunted by the demons from his previous case, attempts to catch the town’s newest serial killer. Readers will become just as frustrated as the detective as he, along with his colleagues, attempts to catch the murderer. However, the most frustrating issues surrounding this entire case, as well as this book, might just be how dismissive the police are when they continually overlook one essential link. Then there are the women who refused to listen to their gut instincts. And lastly, Bernstein gives the reader so much insight that they will find themselves yelling at the characters as they read.

Suspense lovers will devour this book and beg for more. And at the end, they will learn that what they thought was predictable turns out to be so much more. With the countless twists and turns, Bernstein keeps readers on their toes as they attempt to discover who is killing these women? This is indeed a must-read. Talk about a book that pulls at your emotions. Better yet, tell the world that Bernstein has the next must-read.