Book Review, Mystery/Suspense

Book Review – Set in Stone

Set in Stone

by David James Warren

Trapped in time, he’ll have to use the past to fix the present.

Thirty-eight women. Dead. All the in the past. All because Detective Rembrandt Stone played with fate, and somewhere in time unleashed a serial killer. He can’t undo their deaths, not anymore, but the serial killer is still at large, twenty-four years later, and now it’s personal. Especially when the evidence points to the last person on anyone’s radar: Rembrandt himself.
Now he’ll have to use the clues from his pasts to track down the killer in the present.

But the killer is onto him and puts the one person Rembrandt loves in his cross hairs. Now, Rembrandt must outwit time to save the people he loves.

Because time is playing for keeps.

The fourth installment of the True Lies of Rembrandt Stone will have you holding your breath and leave you gasping for more.

The continuing adventures of Rembrandt Stone from the creative minds of James L. Rubart, Susan May Warren and newcomer David Curtis Warren, writing as DAVID JAMES WARREN.

My Thoughts

This book is the fourth installment in this riveting Rembrandt Stone series…and I have a love/hate feeling about this one same as all the earlier ones!

I loved the story. But I HATED the ending. Why??!! Why oh why must these authors do this to torture us poor readers??!! If only they’d release the next book sooner…it would save me some mental anguish… lol…seriously, it’s all good!

I loved reading and getting to know Rem even better. this book adds a new twist. His time travel watch is gone. And now he’s stuck in the timeline he’s found himself in, hoping to be able to make things better without messing anything up too terribly.

Seemingly all is going well…until…oops! That’s where I have to stop that train of thought. You will need to read the book to see what I mean.

There are so many twists and turns, and one is never sure just which is the best option, and which way is truly the right way.

If you enjoy suspense, please read this book! (and yes–this series absolutely must be read in order, so if you haven’t read the earlier books, go do that right now!)

Disclaimer: I receive complimentary books from various sources, including, publishers, publicists, authors, and/or NetGalley. I am not required to write a positive review, and have not received any compensation. The opinions shared here are my own entirely.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

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