An Evil Mind

How Do You Stop A Serial Killer Who Can Escape From Any Prison On December 11, Fifteen Year Old Helen Hinton Is Brutally Murdered In An Abandoned House Her Killer, Edward Phillips, Is Caught And Sentenced To Death Helen S Blood Was On Edward S Clothes And Shoes, The Murder Weapon Has His Fingerprints On It Edward Claims He S Innocent He S Telling The Truth Two Months After Edward Phillips Is Transferred To Death Row, A Murder Similar To Helen S Occurs In Another City The Victim Is Eighteen Year Old Laura Sumner On An October Morning, Mark Hinton, Helen S Father, Visits Edward In Prison To Talk About Laura Sumner S Case Edward Tells Him That He Knows Who Really Killed Helen What He Doesn T Tell Mark Is That The Real Killer Is The Most Dangerous Criminal On The Planet.An Evil Mind

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  • 309 pages
  • An Evil Mind
  • Tim Kizer
  • 18 January 2018

10 thoughts on “An Evil Mind

  1. says:

    I gave up at 10% on this one because it is just not well written It feels as if it was maybe written by someone very young who has watched a lot of tv but has no real knowledge or experience of crime, either from a detection point of view or the other side of the tracks It reads very much ...

  2. says:

    Ups and downsThis story is in many ways like being on a rollercoaster It keeps you moving finding it difficult to put down you can t believe it can get any weirder You re feeling are that this book will do well in it ...

  3. says:

    Could have been goodTerrible ending, stilted writing Such a shame as the story had potential Unfortunately the whole body swap thing was a little too far fetched for me.

  4. says:

    Big waste of time You are a policeman You are investigating a murder The man accused says he is innocent as he has from day one The cop is informed by the convicted man what REALLY happened he wasn t who everyone thought he was He d had his consciousness stolen and now, the real killer is walking around in his former body The detective believes him Yup That killed the story for me No law enforcement agent in the USA would buy that malarkey ever Yet based on knowing some secrets like email addresses, passwords, the name of his dog at age 11, the girl s name who gave him his first BJ, and other equally inane proofs, the seasoned detective BELIEVED the man sitting on Death Row Who did he kill The detective s daughter Uh who wrote this, a 16 year old with decent writing skills and a vivid imagination Someone using story telling software He forgot one little detail the necessary suspension of belief NO ONE IS GONNA SUSPEND ANYTHING WITH THAT LOAD ...

  5. says:

    Disappointing Boy would I like to be able to write something positive about this book I would like to write that because the premise of this book is a good one Spoiler Alert Two grifters use an ancient ritual to swit...

  6. says:

    So many simple editing mistakes I just had to stopI normally don t just stop reading a book but this literally felt like it was written by a perverse 10 year old The mistakes are not even just big time grammar mistakes because I m not even close to a grammar Nazi When I got to the point when Phillip s lawyer told the dad o...

  7. says:

    I triedI tried really really hard to get into this book I did I never really got into it but I wanted to give it a fair chance It is poorly written, has very little plot, the characters don t seem very plausible, and I found many many spelling grammar errors The ending was ...

  8. says:

    I expected .I would recommended, but the ending could have gone in so many different directions I would not have chosen the one the author used It was a suspense Could have been better But still a good book I must have thought of 3 different endings and none of them...

  9. says:

    DisappointingThis book was so disappointing The story sounded very interesting and could have been a great book Unfortunately, the writer didn t have the skills needed to make this a great book The writing was stilt...

  10. says:

    Very odd or should I say unusual to me way of writing Dialogues are somehow emotionless but straight to the point pretty much until the end of the story, and then when reaching the end you re like oh, that s it then, ok Dialogues are pretty much ...

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