Tattoo: A Beautiful Sin
Deep within the Manistee National Forest, in the weeks leading up to Halloween, the secluded logging village of Walkerville, Michigan is thrust into a nightmare as locals start disappearing, only to have their bodies, or body parts, found; naked, pale, and with deep patches of flesh seemingly ripped out of them where there once were tattoos. The local sheriff and deputies must enlist the help of Captain Parker and the Grand Rapids Homicide Department. While interviewing Syndi, the most beautiful woman in Walkerville, Captain Parker vows to keep her safe... but can he keep his promise? The villages sheriff and Captain Parker desperately try to work together on the bizarre cases in their own distinctive ways, to find the person or persons responsible for the grisly murders before other unfortunate villagers suffer the same fate.
It will keep you on your toes until the end. Even when you think you know who is behind it all you find out that you don't know everything just yet! If you haven't read the book you need to!!
I finished reading the book in two days. Unlike a lot of other authors who go into long details into absolutely nothing relevant, this book does not do that. Therefore I found myself wanting to finish reading the book as quickly as possible to find out who the killer was. This book was definitely worth downloading on my Kindle and I will tell my friends and family who like to read about it.
Tattoo: The Soul Reaper
Plagued by a horrific tragedy, a young boy grows into his role as a cold-blooded murderer and collector of tattoos.
Hidden in plain sight, he walks among the students of Southeast Missouri State University, on campus… and below it.
One by one, students go missing as the devious killer stalks his prey.
Letters appear at the local newspaper, describing how and why he’s using the tattoos, thusly giving him the moniker, “The Soul Reaper.”
Detective Luke Parker and the St. Louis forensics team set out for Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to head up the investigation with their advanced technology, to find the one responsible for the student’s disappearances.
This is a fantastic book, and I believe better that the First book.
It gives you a peak at a serial killer...at least in my mind...and the descriptions of how he developed from a youth to a young adult in a world of violence.
Kenny Sills knows how to disgust you and capture your attention at the same time. I still believe he could be the next Stephen King or Dean Koontz if he could just make the mainstream media list.