Those Who Wish Me Dead


Those Who Wish Me Dead Michael Koryta Book Review - Murder In Common

Two killers, a forest fire and electrical storm, it’s enough to keep you busy

 

They have pale blue eyes and pale blonde hair, one shoulder length, one military cut. They are the Blackwell brothers and they are as cold as they look.

 

They want 14-year old Jace Wilson dead because he witnessed them killing a man. They pushed his lifeless body into a quarry where not coincidentally the body of another of their victims lay.

The Blackwells are so dangerous that Witness Protection is not deemed safe enough for Jace. Enter Ethan Serbin and his wilderness program for troubled boys. In the mountains of Montana Jace would be safe, his identity hidden even from Ethan and his wife Allison.

Those Who Wish Me Dead by Michael Koryta brings to us a suspense thriller that is well researched, tightly written and poignant. I hope you enjoy this change of pace as much as I did.

~ June Lorraine

 

 

 

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1 comment

  1. That sounds like a good book. I’ll have to check it out.

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