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 Capture - Roger Smith

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Join date : 2018-08-13
Age : 44
Location : Upstate, N.Y.

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PostSubject: Capture - Roger Smith   Capture - Roger Smith EmptyFri Sep 07, 2018 9:54 am

Ratings: 5 stars


Nick Exley finds himself in a nightmare he just can’t seem to wake up from. On his daughter’s fourth birthday his nightmare begins. Nick thinks he has found a friend in Vernon Saul that he can speak freely with about his guilt and grief. Boy was he wrong and within few days Nick finds himself being dragged deeper into the nightmare. His so-called friend has motives that will not help Nick but harm him and drag him into a world of death, loss of sanity and maybe the loss of his life.

What I thought:

This book starts off slow and very confusing. However, after a few chapters, the book grabs your attention and doesn’t let go. Every once in a while you might get confused but within a few minutes your confusing turns into “Oh My, What, You have to be kidding, and will Nick finally see Vernon for who he really is?” This book will have you clutching your seat, screaming at the pages and grabbing a tissue to wipe away your tears. This book is by far one of the best psychological mysteries I have read this year.


Has Nick found answers to his questions, has he made a pact with the devil, and can he truly be happy once again? Please borrow the book, purchase the book or get it on your kindle if you have kindle unlimited. Read it!
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