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Reviewed by Gisela Dixon for Readers' Favorite
Killing the Man by Kenneth B. Humphrey is an action-packed thriller with elements of romance and humor thrown in. Killing the Man gets off to a fast-paced start with an introduction to the central protagonist, Rick Killing, whose character is both believable and quite likable. Shortly after, three murders are reported, all of which occur in a bizarre and violent manner. They are murders of three white men that replicate the killings that occurred during the slavery and post-Civil war days in the American South: one of the victims, bound in chains and shackles, is hanged to death from a tree, the second is burnt alive in a white hood and robe reminiscent of the KKK, and the third one is dead on a wooden cross. Rick Killing is a white guy, concerned with minding his own business, until he starts to realize that he is part of this plot and the bizarre murder sprees. What happens next is a race for life as he finds himself embroiled deeper and deeper in what turns out to be a deadly plot in which multiple lives, including those of the people he loves, may be at stake.
Killing the Man by Kenneth B. Humphrey is a thrilling story woven with wit and humor that makes it a fun and exciting read. Kenneth B. Humphrey’s writing style is lucid and relaxed, which makes the book extremely believable and the characters easy to relate to. I also enjoyed the character of the central protagonist, Rick Killing, tremendously as he handles situations with a unique mix of charm, wit, and strength. Overall, this is a good book that makes for great armchair reading. I would recommend it to anyone looking for an action-filled book packed with some fun and humor along the way.