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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
You Killed My Brother by Keith Rommel was chock full of mystery, suspense, murder, and twists and turns. Jennifer and her twin daughters are rushing home and are almost in a car accident. The other driver goes crazy, kicking Jennifer’s car, and ranting and raving. A nearby butcher shop owner, who views the entire incident, thoughtfully gives Jennifer the license plate of the other driver in order to report it to the police. This is the start of a chain reaction that will see the good guys battle the thugs of the neighborhood. Jennifer’s husband, Rainer, will also have a car accident later that evening and end up paralyzed; his younger brother, a policeman, and his wife, Stefanie, will also be faced with the consequences of this accident, as will the considerate butcher. The investigating police officers, the gang members, and their families all suffer, too.
Keith Rommel has written a suspense story that felt very real and scary. You Killed My Brother is not your typical good guy wins-bad guy loses book. Everyone in You Killed My Brother is forced to deal with pain and loss. This is not a warm and fuzzy feel-good story, the good guy doesn’t win, and there isn’t a happy ending. It is real life meets fiction in a very good book. You Killed My Brother is a book you will read late into the night. I give it top scores and have added Keith Rommel to my 'not to be missed' authors. You Killed My Brother is a WINNER.