Evil Mind is the first Chris Carter book I have read. It is safe to say it will not be the last.
I was introduced to the book by fellow book blogger Shaun O Keefe aka @BookaddictShaun. So I would like to say a huge thank you to Shaun for thinking of me, and sending me a copy to read.
~When I received the book, I had a quick nose at the cover and back, and thought I’d get stuck in when I’d finished my current read. Unfortunatly Christmas and real life got in the way, so i had to put the book on hold part way it. So yesterday I picked up the book and thought I might get a few chapters read. And that is just what I did, read a few chapters, then a few more, and before you know i'm at the end.
Right from page one, this book got me. Each of the chapters are quite short, some just a couple of pages, but each chapter ends in a way that you just can’t help but start the next one. So my quick few pages soon turned into the first 25 chapters.
I believe there have been 5 books before this that feature Hunter. A character I liked right from the start of the book.
Just as he’s about to set off on vacation, Detective Robert Hunter is asked by his boss to interview a man who is believed to be behind some very evil murders, Hunter is an expert of criminal psychology.
The Man in custody has stated he will only talk to Hunter and no one else. What follows is bits of the crime being put together to figure out just exactly what has gone on, with who, when and why. I am worried about saying to much on the story line as I don’t want to give any spoilers, and ruin it for anyone who has not yet read it. What I will say is if you have not read it, and enjoy this sort of book, then it really has to be added to your I really must read this book list.
An absolutely amazing book, told in an amazing way. To the point that once started, it is difficult to put down, and nearing the end very difficult to continue reading as you know the book is about to end. The tension in this book just builds and builds, and with each page you turn you just get more and more involved. I love it when I feel a book has really pulled me into it’s pages, and this one really felt like that. I really am stuck for words to describe this book.. It is a must read.