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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
I expected something else when I picked up Nothing Happens All the Time: Homicides Truly Know How to Interrupt a Good Meal! by Edmund Mahon. The title of this interesting and fast-paced thriller can easily mislead readers to anticipate a character waiting for something very important to happen and yet nothing is happening. On the contrary, this multi-genre, exceptional novel is laced with a lot of action. Eli Mitchell is heading an investigation of a homicide that took place in a Boston convenience store, and the events triggered by this crime become more and more complicated to handle as they are incomprehensible. There is a lot at stake and unspeakable damage could be done if the case isn’t resolved on time.
The author, Edmund Mahon, makes his story more gripping by employing a series of techniques that will keep readers guessing all the time. Readers want to know who committed the crime and when they think they have guessed right, they immediately realize they have been tricked and they keep reading on. I loved the clear and crisp writing, the acute suspense, and the variety of themes that are masterfully developed in this novel. This is a book from a new and interesting voice that I will gladly recommend to fans of sci-fi, crime fiction, thrillers, and fantasy. Nothing Happens All the Time: Homicides Truly Know How to Interrupt a Good Meal! will be a wonderful thrill to many readers, a real page-turner. It is a book that will find a very comfortable home amidst the likes of James Patterson.