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Reviewed by Natalie Soine for Readers' Favorite
Pathside Predator by Christine Noyes is a gripping crime novel set in Massachusetts. With the body count rising and no signs of the killer stopping, the Revere Police Department and FBI agents Nick Gaston and Bradley Whitman race against time to unravel the mystery. As the investigation unfolds, the team faces not only the challenges of tracking down a sadistic killer but also personal and professional hurdles that test their resilience. The narrative takes unexpected turns, revealing shocking details about the killer's identity and motives. Amidst the intensity of the hunt, the characters grapple with their own demons, forging a connection between the past and the present.
Christine Noyes weaves a tale of suspense and psychological intrigue in Pathside Predator. The author creates a palpable sense of tension, drawing readers into a dark and complex world where the line between hunter and prey blurs. Christine explores the psychological toll of crime investigation, deftly portraying the characters' personal struggles, relationships, and the dynamics within the investigative team. The narrative unfolds with a meticulous blend of procedural details and character development, keeping the reader hooked from the first page to the last. I mostly enjoyed the vivid scenes, coupled with a compelling plot, which make Pathside Predator a riveting crime thriller that goes beyond the conventional boundaries of the genre. The surprising twists and turns made this one of my favorite reads. Overall, Christine Noyes delivers a compelling and thought-provoking crime novel that will leave readers on the edge of their seats.