Top critical review
Can be read but not the end; that kicks off the book.
Reviewed in India on 6 July 2018
A book I picked up off pure hunch and read after a long time post purchase. No regrets for buying the book and reading it, of course.
The story is about a homicide secret, a person who kills women for a personal, wise, reasons. Detective Agni takes the case and with quite some difficulty to relate the murders and motives, resolves the puzzle and catches the murderer
The story does have a good start, carries along well however the flaws in the book is its predictable ending and while the connections between the murders are made by Detective Agni, the murdered is simply relieved with no much of thrill or brain game. Here the author has given away the whole of his good work all thru the book.
A pass time read but not to expect it to be a great thriller, I still rate is better as I liked the way the author carried the story for quite some time and I reduce the rating for being so predictable and not to the mark ending of the book.
I will pick up another book of the author, thou I am not going to have higher expectations for now.