I do love an intelligent killer with a vigilante feel, and this has it in spades.
A fascinating plot with the beginning that hooks you in straight away.
It is fresh, clever and the back story to the killer makes you aware of how twisted he is, or does it?
The whole premise of the book got to me with the hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil the fourth monkey being do no evil. Which there is plenty of packed within these pages. It had an intelligent criminal that gave us an equally intelligent plot to follow with some amusement as well, on the whole a fantastic read and will be recommending it for others.
One criticism if any is the diary entries, the font size was so tiny, that even making them larger on Kindle was difficult as it made the rest of the book larger, and yes I could have flipped to making the story font smaller, but I was so in to the book I really did not want to. I do not know how this would be portrayed in paperback, but it is worthy of a read so I would find a magnifying glass as these diary entries are a very important part of the back story.
This has set 2018 off to a brilliant start with a clever criminal read. Which I actually took my time to read and savour rather than speed through it, hoping for more to come from this author.