Iron Eagle Series – Book Two
by Roy A Teel Jr.
There’s a scourge on the streets of Los Angeles. A serial killer is stalking, capturing, torturing, and killing young teenage boys. FBI Profilers Special Agent Steve Hoffman and Special Agent John Swenson are working with Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Detective Jim O’Brian to catch this elusive killer. However, with each turn the investigation takes into the murders, the more puzzling they become. The deeper the investigation goes, the darker the soul of its source. It’s a race against not only time; it is also a race against The Iron Eagle, who they all know is working to unravel the mystery and capture the killer. Who will solve the crimes and end the terror? Only time will tell.
From the inside flap:
The City of Los Angeles is caught in the grip and terror of a serial killer; a killer who’s stalking, capturing, torturing, and killing young teenage boys. For LA County Sheriff’s Detective Jim O’Brian, it’s not just another killer in a long line of killers. O’Brian is stumped by the brutality he sees … brutality that had to have taken the killer decades to achieve. He asks for the assistance of FBI Profiler Special Agents Steve Hoffman and John Swenson. However, the further the three men delve into the murders, the more puzzling and darker they become. They all know that they are not alone in seeking out and hunting this person. The Iron Eagle is out there … searching, profiling, hunting, and ready to exact his own vengeance to stop the killings, and in doing so, will leave his own wake of bodies.
From The Midwest Book Review, November 14, 2014.
“Evil and the Details” Book two, in the Iron Eagle crime novel series.
In this read we are taken to Los Angeles, where a serial killer is capturing young teenage boys and doing horrible things to them before he kills them. The entire city of protective agencies is alerted, from agents from the FBI to Special Agents from the Sheriff’s Office and even one called, The Iron Eagle, who battles evil his way and is not appreciated by the conventional law enforcers. Is there one lone killer or is something happening that is more than anyone expected? The Plot thickens.
I really lost myself in this story. Yes, it is a bit gruesome but the author does a great job in getting you involved with what is happening and the different characters. I found the different characters to be well defined making them very real to life in the mind’s eye. It can be at times quiet morbid and sobering, sad and upsetting, yet it is that pull on the emotions that keeps you motivated to move on in hopes of an end. Throwing in ‘The Iron Eagle,’ I feel was a good move on the author’s part. I found myself cheering for him, even though he works outside of the law, his vengeance on evil was appreciated.
I really enjoyed this read and am looking forward to the continued story. Well done, Mr. Teel, keep them coming.
By, Shirley Priscilla Johnson, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
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Evil and the Details
ratings: 14 (avg rating 4.71)