Review: Twisted Vengeance by Jeff Bennington

“Rick Burns is thrust into a supernatural whirlwind while investigating several unsolved murders. In the process, a ghostly boy who may know the killer, takes Rick on a haunting chase through the streets of Indianapolis. What Rick discovers is a maniac bent on vengeance that is unbelievably sick and twisted. The detective has his past and love interest to deal with, but he’ll need to solve the case and free his demons before he is the next victim.”

I must say that this is on my top five list of good books this year. From start to finish this book was gripping and exciting. Rick has been dealing with unsolved homicides for the last couple of years. He has gotten closer to his widowed sister-in-law. He tries to come to grips with his own past as he attempts to piece together clues to the gruesome homicides that have been going on. All of his leads go back to Benji. The problem is, Rick doesn’t know if Benji is real or exists only in his mind.
The plot thickens as Rick becomes a suspect. Benji seems to know when and where each homicide takes place, leaving Rick to question his own sanity. His only comfort is Stella, his dead brother’s wife.
There is not one stone left unturned in this horror/thriller. I would almost put Jeff in the same class as Stephen King. This is a definite MUST READ.


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