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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Ill Intent is a work of fiction in the medical thriller, suspense, and mystery sub-genres, and was penned by author Geoffrey M. Cooper. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains some scenes unsuitable for younger readers. Our protagonists, Brad Parker and Karen Richmond, are back for this fourth adventure in their continuing series of thriller novels, and this time we find ourselves embroiled after a letter containing a huge secret falls into new hands. With information so sensitive that it could shake the foundations of the current scientific powers, Brad and Karen must work to find out who wants this secret buried at all costs. What results is a most fascinating medical suspense tale that is sure to keep readers turning the pages from cover to cover.
Author Geoffrey M. Cooper has crafted a high-octane and intelligent work of fiction with plenty of masterful twists and exciting turns to offer readers. One of the features I found particularly impressive about this piece was its plot construction, which enables readers to piece elements of the mystery together before the conclusions are revealed in the plot. Alongside this, Brad's and Karen’s individual character arcs are furthered with new, in-depth information that warms us to them even more. I found myself genuinely invested in the personal stakes of this investigation just as much as the general mystery element and the search for the truth. Overall, I would highly recommend Ill Intent to fans of cleverly plotted medical mysteries, engaging series with solid standalone adventures, and for readers of exciting conspiracy fiction everywhere.