Bowers has been called to North Carolina to assist the police in hunting down a serial killer. Little does he know that the killer, the Illusionist, has suddenly taken a keen interest in the man sent in to find him. As Bowers investigates, he discovers that the Illusionist always seems to be just a few steps ahead of them, and that there may be more to the killings than had been originally apparent.
I was very impressed with The Pawn. The book grabbed my attention and refused to let up. The book took many unexpected turns which intrigued me, so that I never knew what to expect at any given time. The depth of the characters was also very impressive, I felt that I could meet them and know them already. The description of the setting seemed so picturesque and beautiful it made me want visit North Carolina. I can only hope that the sequel is just as well done.
I recommend this book to anyone who loves thrillers and mysteries.
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