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Reviewed by Neil A White for Readers' Favorite
In their over-zealousness to expose police and political corruption, a reporter and his videographer go missing in Graffiti Creek by Matt Coleman. Looking for clues to their disappearances are the two siblings of the one and, unbeknownst to them, the husband of the other. Caught in the middle is Cary Trubody. Stopped by police for running a red light, her life quickly spirals out of control. After escaping from her captors, she finds herself on the run and unsure of who she can or cannot trust. Is it a case of mistaken identity? Does she have what her pursuers are after? And if so, what is it, and why is it so valuable? And as mayhem ensues while the bodies continue to pile up, all parties converge on a cinema multi-plex where the truth is revealed.
Graffiti Creek by Matt Coleman is a non-stop thrill ride that may be the best adventure/chase novel you read this year. From the opening pages, the action begins and keeps the reader on the edge of their seat all the way through to the climactic finale. However, Graffiti Creek is more than just an action adventure novel. Mr. Coleman takes particular care in bringing forth a nuanced cast of characters; each with a story to tell, each believable in their actions and motivations. Graffiti Creek is also deftly plotted with more twists and turns within the pages than one of Cary Trubody’s many pulse-pounding acts of escape. Mr. Coleman has produced a first-rate thriller. And one that screams to be read in one sitting; those with heart conditions exempted, of course.