Author: Ethan Cross
Marcus Williams and Francis Ackerman Jr. both have a talent for hurting people. Marcus, a former New York City homicide detective, uses his abilities to protect others, while Ackerman uses his gifts to inflict pain and suffering. When both men become unwilling pawns in a conspiracy that reaches to the highest levels of our government, Marcus finds himself in a deadly game of cat and mouse trapped between a twisted psychopath and a vigilante with seemingly unlimited resources. Aided by a rogue FBI agent and the vigilante's beautiful daughter--a woman with whom he's quickly falling in love--Marcus must expose the deadly political conspiracy and confront his past while hunting down one of the most cunning and ruthless killers in the world.
I was approached about joining the blog tour for this book a little while ago and I agreed based on the premise alone. The Shepherd sounded like a book that would trip my trigger so to speak. I'm glad that the book lived up to my expectations for it!
Marcus Williams is a former New York City homicide detective, who has just moved to town. He really didn't think that his first job would come so soon after moving to town. It seems that a mad man has made his way to the town that Marcus now calls home. Now Marcus and our mad man are going to face off, unfortunately, there can be only one winner. Will evil prevail? or will good triumph? In the end, who is going to be The Shepherd?
Francis Ackerman Jr. is our mad man. He has basically been conditioned from a young age to become the monster that he is today. Ackerman has escaped a mental health facility and is making a terrifying tour across many states. Only leaving behind a trail of bloody and mangled bodies.
If you are a person who enjoys suspense/thrillers I highly recommend this book. There has been a fair amount of praise bestowed upon the book and I found that The Shepherd was definitely worthy of the praise. If you do pick up this book, read it while it's light out (big mistake on my part). It has THAT much creep factor to it. The Shepherd, I found to be a very fast read with plenty of twists and turns and creep factor.
I am giving away my gently used copy of The Shepherd.
1. Open to US/Canada addresses.
2. Please leave your email address in the comments section below.
3. Giveaway will conclude on May 26 @ 11:59 pm.
4. Winner will be announced Friday May 27.