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  • Unsettling Realism into the Mind of a Killer

    How is a killer made? Final Track will show you through the eyes of Detective Mahoney. We’re at the end of the 80s with big hair and glam rock! Unfortunately, in Julie Hiner’s debut novel, not everything is fun and games. There’s a serial killer on the loose, creating a puzzling mystery for Detective Mahoney and his team. Right from the first chapter we are brought into the disturbing world of murderers and the law trying to bring justice to the tragic families who suffer. Julie Hiner has clearly done her research, seen in the intricate elaborations of crime scenes and autopsies throughout the book. There is a sublayer of realism in her characters who have a history together. We see interesting tension between Mahoney and Blackwood and their lives. Of course, we can’t forget the killer. Julie takes us through fascinating detective work as the protagonists unravel who the murderer is and how their brain ticks. We get an in-depth look into the psychological state of this individual, making you want to understand how someone can be so cruel. As a fellow Canadian, it’s promising to see gritty crime fiction being set in Canada. Julie Hiner has shown there’s plenty of dark corners in the friendly great north. I look forward to her follow up novel. There’s certainly more to Detective Mahoney’s story.

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