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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
Swarm Theory by award winning author E.W. Sullivan is a crime fiction, a thriller that reads like a breeze and whose captivating language will immediately seduce readers. Thelonious Zones hasn’t come to terms yet with the murder of his mother, a crime for which his father has been arrested. Everyone but his father’s best friend, Sam Drake, believes he killed his wife, and now twenty-four years later, Zones investigates the murder of his mother. But how can he trace the truth in a society where bombs are dropped at any time and in unusual places? Caught between investigating the murder of an Arab college student and investigating his own mother’s death, Zones progresses in a world where every step he takes could land him in a dangerous trap, but the secrets he uncovers might be the very thing that will blow his mind. Is the criminal profiler ready to face what awaits him?
Swarm Theory opens with action, a scene that alerts the reader to the sinister events that could happen in the story, and their curiosity and interest are immediately stimulated. The reader is drawn in right away by the powerful dialogue, the suspense, and the action that opens this brilliant story. The plot is fast-paced, with short chapters that are poignantly absorbing. The characters are well-grounded and it’s interesting to watch Zones with the compelling characters like Detective Marmaduke DuBoise, Inspector Siler and Agent Thomas. Sullivan has this uncanny gift of letting readers into the stream of consciousness of his characters, arousing all kinds of emotions in them through his careful use of dialogue and crisp writing. His fiction reads so realistically that you’ll feel as if you're participating in a crime scene. I loved the originality in this writing. A work of rare brilliance, a must-read!