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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Rhythm of Evil is a work of fiction in the murder/mystery and police procedural sub-genres and was penned by author Dennis Koller. Focusing on themes such as political intrigue, racial injustice, sex trafficking crimes and dark drug dealings, this highly intriguing thriller novel offers plenty of twists and turns for intense mystery fans. The protagonist Reg Decker asks for special permission to re-open a murder cold case after there’s lots of attention about the case on social media. But what results is a whole host of buried secrets and unanswered questions that lead Reg back into his own Homicide Department with a whole new perspective on where the truth lies.
Author Dennis Koller has crafted a highly engaging murder mystery tale that crosses over with the procedural crime genre and gives readers the best of both worlds. One of the things I particularly liked about this novel was the author’s sense of atmosphere, which builds tension and delivers clues through clever dialogue and scenic description. The thematic content and plot construction of the novel offers a lot of intimate details and a realistic presentation of the impact of crime and corruption in a modern setting. I thought that Reg Decker was a well-developed character who was capable and admirable as a central detective, but he also had a good emotional arc and was a character who readers could really root for. Overall, I would definitely recommend The Rhythm of Evil for fans of mystery novels as well as good crime fiction.