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    A deep look inside the mind of a convicted killer

    Remorseless is a deep and dark look into the mind of a convicted killer. This specific killer was convicted of killing his parents in a brutal murder when he was just a teenager. He maintains his innocence and claims this his brother did it and framed him. He’s served 18 years of his life sentence but is up for parole. The book follows his parole hearing from his side and the side of the parole board. Especially Doc Powers, a clinical psychologist who’s wife has just died in a tragic car accident that he believes is his fault. Remorseless was a kick in the stomach when you’re already down. It’s deep and dark and will make you question the legal system. With all of the media frenzy around the new Netflix show about a wrongly convicted murderer, this book will have you wonder what has to go wrong for someone to get locked up. The look inside the minds of all the characters involved was absolutely fascinating. While I don’t normally read books like this, I may have to start. I’ve always been fascinated (like the author) with the inner workings of the brain, especially those of “cold blooded” killers and so-called “psychopaths.” Patching does a WONDERFUL job with the psychology and inner workings of every character involved. Literally every aspect of this book felt important. Usually with a book this long, there always feels like some pieces were there to add something but you can’t figure out what. With Remorseless, every word, page, and chapter needed to be there. Patching is a force to be reckoned with in the British Crime Thriller genre. Without giving too much away, the second half of the book is brutal and harsh and absolutely a blast to read/listen to. Patching knows pacing well, and paces the action scenes so that they feel realistic and will have you thinking about them long after you’ve closed the page. I found myself thinking about the thing within this book late into the night (thanks for that!) This book was both a page turner and a thought provoker. Usually page turners are full entertainment without much thought. And vice-versa, thought provokers are usually dry and without gusto. This book definitely has both. Overall, I loved this book. The psychology felt super real, the struggles each character was going through were incredibly accurate and made you as a reader feel for them. Remorseless is definitely a book you should pick up and read. Just be warned, this will have you up late (either reading it, or thinking about it).
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    Suspenceful.

    A complex mix of characters that are insightful, emotional and reprehensible all at the same time! A real page turner.
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    Relentless

    Excellent thriller. An evil man manages to get parole. The Doc is spot on every time someone is violently murdered. I couldn't stop reading until I reached the last page.
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    GREAT read

    Thoroughly enjoyed reading this book! Author has the mind of the psychopath down pat. I read it from beginning to end, was never bored.
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    Great !

    I really enjoyed this one and will be looking out for more from Will. The further into I got the less inclined I was to take a break.
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