Pigs by Daniel James – Review by Michelle King

PigsPigs by Daniel James
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Isaac Reid is a free man for the first time in a decade. Fresh out of prison, he heads home to his wife and son in the hopes of making a good life with them, one on the right side of the law this time. That night his wife and son are both brutally slain when Isaac’s past comes back to haunt him. The series of events that follows with keep you pouring through the pages of this psychological trip through the underbelly of the Chicago crime scene.

This author has created a truly believable, albeit absolutely terrifying, world of crime, vengeance, and horror. The psychological walk through the mind of a man who was once a highly successful doctor until one fateful night that changed everything is so well written, you might think they are actually your own thoughts! They should make a movie out of this book because you can see every moment of it as you read. The cover of this novel drew me in and the story kept a hold on me. If you are a fan of psychological thrillers, horror, crime novels, or just well written books, grab this one and start reading! This author definitely did not disappoint!

Reviewed by @chellek44

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