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Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite
Crime, mystery, and investigation are delivered in a masterful way in Kill All of Them by Ivan Bering. They are raw, cruel, and wickedly insane in the murders and for no apparent motive, none — not unrequited love, not an old grudge, not theft, not rape. Just the sheer madness and thrill of it, and then they leave the mutilated bodies to the accompaniment of well-timed Irish music. And who are these killers? The whole town is terrorized by the string of the killings and a detective, Charlie Taylor, must step up to the task of finding the killer(s) before they transform the town into a cemetery. But the detective is haunted by the murder of a teenage girl in one of the homes. When a Roman Catholic priest, a friend of the detective, is charged with murder and is facing the death penalty, Charlie Taylor knows he must find the killer or the stacked evidence against the priest will send him to his grave.
Dark, deft, and thrilling, Kill All of Them is a story you can’t put down. This is the kind of thriller I relish more than James Patterson’s work, honestly! From the first pages, the author takes the reader into the psychology of crime, into the madness of the killers, into the darkness, and even though it is terrifying, the reader just can’t stop reading. The writing is impeccable and Ivan Bering is a master of words and I so love how he weaves them. He also knows how not to waste words and how not to waste readers’ time. The conflict begins on the very first page and it escalates pretty fast. The characters are well-crafted and their psychological depth is masterfully explored. I loved it! A breezy read, fun, absorbing, and utterly satisfying! It should be the best crime thriller of the year.