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Poisoned Mind by Daniel Borough
Rating: 5 Stars
If you read the “back cover blurb” about this book, you will realize that it deals with a terror act in London, which is a difficult topic to broach by any author, especially in this post-9/11 era. If you are hesitant like I was about reading a novel that centers on minds being ruined by religious zealots, or innocent victims succumbing to death after a hideous explosion, or even page after page of descriptions of the explosion, don’t worry. You won’t find much of that in this novel.
What you will find, however, is a masterfully written tale that centers around the lives of one ordinary citizen, one dedicated cop, the responsible party carrying the explosive, and the man that poisoned his mind. You are taken inside the inner thoughts of each of them as they each deal with life up to and including the moment of the explosion. But what sets this book apart from others are the unbelievable chain of events and repercussions afterwards. How all of these characters’ lives become inseparably intertwined and the shifting plot twists are nothing short of amazing.
If you enjoy a book that could have been ripped from the headlines of today’s world, one that keeps you on the edge of your seat and will leave you wondering what you would do if faced with the same set of circumstances, then download your copy of this book today.
Reviewer: Ashley Fontainne
Ashley Fontainne is a suspense/thriller author of two books as well as one poetry and short story book. A lover of classical literature, she is a voracious reader that enjoys reading emotional roller coasters. Ashley resides in Arkansas with her family, 3 dogs and 2 cats. Visit her at her website and blog.