A Bragg Thriller by Jack Lynch

24 May
A Bragg Thriller by Jack Lynch


A Bragg Thriller

By Jack Lynch

Jack Lynch bio states that he model many aspects of Peter Bragg after himself.  He graduated with a BA in journalism from the University of Washington and reported for several Seattle-area newspaper, and later in others in Iowa and Kansas. He left the newspaper after many years to write the eight Bragg Novels earning one Edgar and two Shamus nominations.  He died in 2008 at seventy-eight.

Last of the eight Bragg novels by Jack Lynch.  Peter Bragg is former journalist turned Private Detective. He received a call from a women from his journalist days that he talk down from committing suicide.  She is a consider a psychic and wants to hire him to help her.  She has been having visions of lots of dead bodies buried and needs Bragg help in approaching the police. In her vision she see herself as a victim of this serial killer. Bragg does not have a problem bringing this to the attention of the local police and  puts himself in the middle of the investigation. As the investigation unfolds the bodies are turn up all over Jack London State Park.  The victims comes in all ages, backgrounds, races with their identification, cash and credit cards buried with them.  This investigation will be a challenge, first they have to identify all these corpses and find a connection between them.  Bragg is racing against time to stop the serial killer from claiming his client. What is the connection between all these dead bodies?

The Bragg Thriller, Die for Me was interesting and kept me wanting more.  I would like to go back and read the other seven books.This book was provided to me free from the Brash Books publisher through the Netgalley review blogger program. I was not required to write a positive review and, the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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Posted by on May 24, 2015 in Fiction, Serial killers, Suspense


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