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Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Kimberly Griffiths

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Killer Blonde
By
Allan Evans

From the beginning Cade Dawkins, is suspicious that the suspected one car crash is not just as it appears, this one car was helped off the road, and then it was brought to his attention that there were other such crashes, and so it begins. The killer has a type, blondes, as in all good mystery stories, finding the type of victim helps find the killer. This story has both sides, one from Cades and one from the killers. In the end the good guys win. That is my favorite part of all mysteries. You will not be disappointed with this book!

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Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Heather Lovelace

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I thoroughly enjoyed this crime caper. Evans kept my attention captive from beginning to end. I really appreciated how the premise was established early, with just the right amount of suspense and chill to make you shiver with anticipation. Well thought out and really great characters to connect with. This will be one I’ll gladly go back to read again.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace
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Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Erica Fish

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I picked an awesome story for my first book by Allan Evans. I am a crime/psychological thriller junkie. I was not disappointed at all. This plotline kept me at the edge of my seat. It was a thrill ride just like a roller coaster. Just when you thought what was going to happen, BAM it went in an opposite direction. The characters are Remembrall, complex, fully developed. When you hear that a serial killer has a type, I start to worry if someone I knew fits that description. Cade has been assigned this killer’s case. It is a hot case that even has the governor’s attention. It started to become a cat and mouse chase. Is this a case that will do Cade in or will he become a decorated officer? I highly recommend this book but I will caution you. You may want to read this book when you know someone is home and either daylight or lights are turned on.

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Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Rebecca Hill

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Killer Blonde is one of the best books I have read recently. Once you get into the story, you will be on the edge of your seat and not be able to put the book down! This was the first book I have ever read by Allan Evans, and he will definitely be on my must-read authors list. Killer Blonde is a suspense-filled cat and mouse game worthy of James Patterson. At the beginning of the book, you will immediately be drawn into the killer’s web of horror. Allan Evans successfully pulls humor into the story with character jokes and levity. I enjoyed that even the minor characters are likeable and fun to read about. The main character, Cade Dawkins, is lovable and a man you would want to protect you. You will identify with Cade’s honor and either want to be him or be married to him. This is your next must-read story!

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Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Jonell Collins

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What a great Psychological thriller. Killer Blonde by Allan Evans is just that kind of a book. Quite a little twist on the victims in this one. The story moves along fluidly and is an easy read. It was an enjoyable read. I especially like how Detective Cade Dawkins thinks and his constant reflection about how he enjoyed his work and the people he worked with. For such a dark subject it is balanced by the Detective’s positive attitude. This is a new author for me, but he will go on my list of read again writers. A good clean read.

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Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Rachel Moss

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Killer Blonde by Allan Evans was a great read! This book had all the elements of a well written novel. It had thrills, suspense, a bit of mystery, some romance and a touch of dark humor that made me laugh throughout the novel. There wasn’t really anything that stuck out to me as different from other crime novels, except the state trooper element. That was interesting. I loved the cover, it was what originally made me decide to read this novel. And the synopsis finished the decision for me. This was a very interesting read that grabbed me and held my attention. I can’t wait to read more, and hopefully see Cade again in the future!

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Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Sunday Barnaby

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Killer Blonde by Allan Evans
Five Stars

Killer Blonde is a fast paced action/suspense by Allen Evans. This is the first book I have read by Mr. Evans, but definitely won’t be the last. I love a book that will keep me guessing until the end and this book fits that bill. The twists and turns had me reading long into the night. I enjoyed the characters and the details. Thestory was well written and believable. I look forward to reading more books by this author.

Review by @sunbarn
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Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Shadel Ayerbe

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Killer Blonde by Allan Evans was a story full of suspense and drama with a dash of comedy. The crime aspect of the novel made it such a fantastic read. The thriller had me at the edge of my seat the whole time.

Investigator Cade Dawkins is given a time-sensitive case the pressure of getting the job done. The governor is putting the pressure. The killer has plans that no one can expect. They turn the investigation into a cat and mouse game; no one knows who is the cat or mouse.

Suspense and thriller isn’t my usual read, but this was such a good book that I might read some more of these kinds of books.

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Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Angela Shirley

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When there is a serial killer on the prowl, will Cade be able to solve these gruesome murders and catch the killer.

Cade has been assign a case which will take all his years within the police to try and track and catch a serial killer who is killing blonde glamourous women. As Cade investigates the killer becomes more invested within the cat and mouse of the chase and will either one of them win this deadly game.

I have to say I was looking forward to this story but at times I was a little disappointed in the book. Although the story was full of twists and turns the actually sleuthing was not that difficult to predict who the killer was, it also was a two POV conversation of the two characters which was great but did not leave much to the imagination with for me is the best part of a book.

With that said the overall story was constructed well and flowed through the story very well, there were a lot of characters within the story to sometimes keep track of which did detract from the story some what sometimes but the main characters hold the tread through the book. All in all the book is a great read, I would like to read more by this author in the future.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Erica Shoebridge

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Loved every minute of this crime mystery! From the first page, I was captivated by the authour’s flow and competent ability to draw the reader in close. The writing style was completely engaging; the plot grabs you immediately, and the fluidity is masterful. I was hooked and settled in to read happily.
Our hero, Investigator Cade Dawkins is smart and loveable – he is a standout among officers, and notices the pattern in killings before anyone else. As he pieces together clues to solve the brutal murders, the mystery winds in on itself, and he seems to be the only one that can untangle the web. As the game of cat and mouse races toward the finish, we increasingly have to wonder – who is the cat , and who is the mouse?

I wholeheartedly recommend this book for crime and mystery lovers, or anyone who appreciates an amazing storyteller and writing.

Reviewed by @ericalorraine

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