*** FROM USA TODAY & MILLION COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR J. ROBERT KENNEDY ***
WOULD YOU HELP, WOULD YOU RUN, OR WOULD YOU JUST WATCH?
When a young woman is brutally assaulted by two men on the subway, her cries for help fall on the deaf ears of onlookers too terrified to get involved, her misery ended with the crushing stomp of a steel-toed boot. A cell phone video of her vicious murder, callously released on the Internet, its popularity a testament to today’s depraved society, serves as a trigger, pulled a year later, for a killer.
Emailed a video documenting the final moments of a woman’s life, entertainment reporter Aynslee Kai, rather than ask why the killer chose her to tell the story, decides to capitalize on the opportunity to further her career. Assigned to the case is Hayden Eldridge, a detective left to learn the ropes by a disgraced partner, and as videos continue to follow victims, he discovers they were all witnesses to the vicious subway murder a year earlier, proving sometimes just watching is fatal.
From USA Today bestselling author J. Robert Kennedy comes Depraved Difference, a fast-paced murder suspense novel with enough laughs, heartbreak, terror and twists to keep you on the edge of your seat, then knock you flat on the floor with an ending so shocking, you’ll read it again just to pick up the clues.
Available Detective Shakespeare Mysteries:
Depraved Difference, Tick Tock, The Redeemer
One of my favorite books this year. I definitely have a new author to read. Can’t wait to read the other books. Lots of action and suspense. Loved it. Thank you for writing this book.
Well written, good story
I enjoyed this book mostly. All the other reviews say the twist at the end was great, I disagree. A twist has to be within the realm of possibility. This one came from nowhere. So not really a fan of the twist but other than that was pretty good.
I’m new at reading ebooks and have only read a few so far. This is the best by far. I enjoyed it very much and would definitely recommend it anyone. Looking forward to reading more of J Robert Kennedy’s books