Follow the Leader by Mel Sherratt
Genre: Crime, Mystery
How many years can you wait for your revenge?
Patrick had been bullied all his childhood and he decided that now was his moment to make his bullies pay for all the shame he suffered in school. Could he be able to go on with his vengeance before the police stop him?
Allie Shenton will have to stop a serial killer who went at the same school as her and in the same class of her sister, Karen.
Will she discover the murderer with the help of the plastic letters the killer left at the victims?
Start reading and you will have the answers for all these questions!
"Allie looked at the house one more time. Getting justice - that's why she did her job. Justice for a wife, a daughter, a sister. And she would do her best to see what happened.
It took me a while to read this book, I prefer not knowing who the murder is till the end of the book, and here you know it from the first page. It was less intriguing to read, but not less interesting!
It's quite sad how children can make suffer their school buddies just for pleasure or for being different. Can we say that the adults don't make this? Because I think we are worst than the children, we know how to be cruel and we make it knowing that we will hurt someone and in the contrary, the youngsters just try to be accepted and don't know how the words can hurt.
Mel Sherratt will mix past and present creating a link between the victim and the bullies where the vengeance will be the only answer.
Would you follow the leader?
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