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  • A very violent thriller

    Kate Kessler's "Seven Crows" features Killy Delaney, a 31 year old woman recently released from prison. As a young woman she was involved with motorcycle gangs; after her boyfriend Jason was murdered she takes revenge, seriously injuring the person who ordered the hit on Jason, and as a result she served nine years of a ten year sentence. Th plot of "Seven Crows" deals with the kidnapping of Killy's niece Shannon. With the help of several "colleagues", Killy finds Shannon, whose kidnapping had been ordered by the same person who ordered Jason's murder. Once again Killy gets her revenge. This novel is well-crafted but very violent.

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  • visceral and challenging but good

    I received an electronic copy of this novel on September 6, 2019, from Netgalley, Kate Kessler, and Red Hook Books - Hatchette Book Group. Thank you for sharing your hard work with me. I have read "Seven Crows" of my own volition, and this review reflects my personal opinion of this work. I am happy to recommend this crime novel to friends and family. Kate Kessler is an author I will need to follow. I thoroughly enjoyed Killian Delaney. She is a character I would love to see more of. There are subjects and language not suitable for children, but adults should find it as compelling as I did. We have a galley of persons with questionable talents and jobs, three groups of warring biker dudes and ladies, at least two crime bosses or the like, and people traffickers - a woman recently released from prison after serving time for beating a man nearly to death, a parole officer, several cops, and the odd witness. So not wholesome, but the good guys do what they should, as do the bad guys. Give it a go. This is a fast read, one setting, and popcorn. The nicest thing about Kindle books - popcorn butter washes off of the screen without leaving a stain.

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