Monday, September 17, 2012

Review: Fear Itself

Fear Itself
Jonathan Nasaw
Pocket Star Books

       When a man afraid of heights fall to his death and a woman afraid of blood bleeds to death, FBI Special Agent E. L. Pender asks himself, "Can you be scared to death?" Pender has to track down a killer who uses fear to kill his victims. Along with his new partner and replacement Investigative Specialist Linda Abruzzi, he must stop him before they face their own worst fears.

     First let me say this is a new author to me. I bought this book not knowing what to expect and not hoping for a lot. I was shocked. This was an amazing book. Mr. Nasaw has a new fan and I devoured this book. I was compelled to finish it in two days. I could not put this down. Every page was better than the last. I will now read anything he writes. The characters were well developed and complete. The killer was wonderfully written too. I was breathless as I read the last few pages so intense I was amazed that I have not heard more of this author but now I know and he is now one of my favorites.


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