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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite
Having shared part of their childhood, Roger Cullins' jealousy of Michael Wilbert stretched back to the first time they met. Hailing from a rich family, the spoiled and profoundly dumb Roger abhorred his peer for possessing everything he never had - except Michael’s parents' humble status. As an adult, Michael had become a self-made multimillionaire and Roger could not help but want everything Michael owned, from his beautiful wife to his successful businesses. Roger vowed to send Michael back to nothing. In his bid to achieve this, Roger bungled his first plan and ended up losing what he had so much desired, which was Michael’s most adored possession. Who or what was this? Roger was not yet done with Michael. To what extent would Roger go in pursuit of his evil desires and would Michael survive whatever tragedy awaited him? Find out in Erika M Szabo and Lorraine Carey’s Evil Will Out.
If you are looking for a drama laced with an unraveling spicy romance, murder, and an engrossing sleuth tale, Erika M Szabo and Lorraine Carey’s Evil Will Out is just what you need. The authors hatch an intriguing plot which they load with amazing twists and an engrossing cast. They ingeniously develop the storyline’s conflicts, giving momentum to the fast-paced plot. Their short and twisted sentences convey their vivid depictions of the scenes impressively. They develop the cast wonderfully, giving them complex traits. I could feel the loathing, agony, passion, and love, among other emotions from the characters. The fact that the diabolical Roger Cullins had the capacity to love made the story more interesting. There are secrets, affairs, abductions, blackmail, espionage, feuds, suspense, action, and so much more in this novel.