Book Review: The Killer Within by Jason Kahn


Title: The Killer Within

Author: Jason Kahn

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Publisher: Damnation Books, LLC

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Genre: Suspense/Mystery

Pages: 25

Reviewed by: Strega

4 Tarot Cards


When Metro City’s number one crime fam­ily develops a drug that turns ordinary people into mindless assassins, detective Frank Arnold makes it his mission to bring them down. But things take a turn for the worse when the syndi­cate targets someone in the police department to carry out their next hit. Everyone’s under suspi­cion, including Frank himself as he tries desper­ately to crack the case before his time runs out, permanently.


This short read was action packed from page one to the ending. I’m a mystery/suspense buff anyway, so this one had me from the title. The story is exciting, believable and well written, all though I found a few minor editing issues, but nothing that distracted from the story at all. My biggest complaint with this story is the length. I wanted more! There is much more to Frank Arnold and in this story, we only get little glimpses of who the man really is and what his life is about. I hope Mr. Kahn is at his computer writing the next installment of Frank’s life because inquiring minds want to know! This would make a fine novel and I look forward to reading whatever the author has in store next.

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