June 23, 2009

Review: The Sacred Sin by Estevan Vega

Jude Foster, a detective, has just been assigned a new case and a new partner. Jude doesn't play nicely with others. His previous partner, Morgan Cross, tried to kill him, so you can see why he has trouble trusting. Jude's not sure which situation is worse, being partnered with Rachel or the fact that a killer is on the loose who kills his victims without touching them. How do you track down pure evil that doesn't leave behind any clues? It seems that when each dead body turns up, they are faced with more questions than answers. Can they crack the case before it's too late?

I have to start by saying that I'm not easily scared. When I was 14 I would walk up to the video store at 10 o'clock at night, rent a few scary movies and then watch them by myself in my bedroom with the lights off. I still to this day don't know many people who could do that as an adult, let alone a teen. Anyway, it takes a lot to scare me or even creep me out. I have to admit that parts of this book freaked me out. Needless to say I'll definitely be checking out "Servant of the Realm".

**WARNING: child abuse**

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1 comment:

  1. Hey Bridget! Just letting you know I tagged you for 'What's on your desk Wednesday?' Go here to join in on the fun: http://lafemmereaders.blogspot.com/2009/06/whats-on-your-desk-wednesday_24.html

    -But their is no pressure if you don't wanna do it! :)