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Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
Fragments of a Social Conscience by Natasha R. Stultz is a suspense-filled book that will leave the reader spellbound. When Felicity Angelina's father was killed, it was thought she was destroyed also. Living with an alcoholic mother who really, in a way, hated her, Felicity (Litty) committed her first murder. Now she is out to get those responsible for the death of her father...ten people to get rid of, ten people to torture. As each is discovered, the police and FBI realize they have a serial killer on their hands, but how do they manage? The clues they have include: she's a redhead, goes by the name of Angel, and she is contacting one reporter to keep publishing the exclusive news she sends to her. Can they catch this sadistic killer before she reaches her goal of ten?
This is quite a thriller that is not for the faint of heart. The book is quite graphic in nature and also contains quite a bit of coarse language. It takes the reader into the world of a psychopath who feels she is cleaning the world of corruption and evil deeds and to get justice for her father. The prologue alone was enough to spark my interest. This is a fast-paced thriller, and while the reader knows who the killer is, he is left wondering when and where is she going to strike next...leaving bodies behind from Oregon to California, from Las Vegas to Texas. With the nature of this book, I would recommend it for adult readers only.