Maniacal (Detective Jade Monroe, #1)

Maniacal (Detective Jade Monroe, #1) Sleepy Little North Bend Just Woke Up The Newly Promoted Sergeant Jade Monroe, And Her Partner, Detective Jack Steele, Have Just Been Informed Of An Unidentified Male Body Found At A Local Lake The Town Is In An Uproar The Victim Was Nearly Decapitated, And Murder Simply Doesn T Happen In North Bend As Bodies Turn Up, The Single Connection Between All Of The Victims Becomes Clear It S Jade, Herself With Each New Victim Getting One Step Closer To Jade, Time Begins To Tick Away She Must Find The Person Responsible Before Her Loved Ones, Or Herself, Are Targeted Next Note All Detective Jade Monroe Books Are Standalone Stories, Yet They Are Best Read In Chronological Order 1 Maniacal 2 Captive 3 Fallacy Coming Soon 4 Premonition Coming Soon

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[PDF] Maniacal (Detective Jade Monroe, #1)  By C.M. Sutter –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 311 pages
  • Maniacal (Detective Jade Monroe, #1)
  • C.M. Sutter
  • English
  • 02 May 2017

10 thoughts on “Maniacal (Detective Jade Monroe, #1)

  1. Julie (JuJu) says:

    My thoughts This was a typical serial killer story with nothing special to help it stand it This was a quick read that was well written and entertaining, but I felt it was fairly predictable I thought Jade presented as pretty slow to pick up on clues and rather clueless overall, as did her lieutenant Her partner and some of the other team members came off as smarter, but overall the whole department was pretty inadequate.I read this as a Buddy Read, which made it interesting, but I doubt I ll read any in the series.Recommend Not really, but I seem to be in the minority on my opinion.My Rating 2 sPublished August 14th 2016 by C.M SutterPages 311Book Blurb Sleepy little North Bend just woke up The newly promoted Sergeant Jade Monroe, and her partner, Detective Jack Steele, have just been informed of an unidentified male body found at a local lake The town is in an uproar The victim was nearly decapitated, and murder simply doesn t happen in North Bend A...

  2. Rottgrl88 says:

    This is the first book in the Jade Monroe series I have never read anything by this author before And to sum up my thoughts on this book, I am not overly hyped to start reading anything else by her This story follows our main character, Jade Monroe She is a Sargent investigating murders popping up in her part of town Subtle hints come about that make her suspect it is a serial killer The writing style itself is okay It was something easy to follow but wasn t overly intelligent I am someone that when I read crime thrillers I want to actually have to think hard and learn from what I am reading This book didn t provide that to me I figured out the identity of the killer less then half way through the book.The psychopath killer, DIME, was the only aspect of the book that was somewhat enjoyable I liked the scenes that showed how he set up the kill and then the actually murder taking place They were interesting to see and get a taste of the killer s mind set Now for the other aspect of this story which was for the actual policing, it wasn t good at all To me, it felt as though the author didn t do any r...

  3. Quillracer says:

    Another serial killer novel How exciting Right up there with a root canal.All the standard elements are here, meaning this book is just a clone of every other serial killer book ever written At least Sutter didn t fall into the trope of having the killer commit the most moronic mistake possible, thus making it possible for even a blind man to see who he was but did, on the other hand, have Jade and her partner experience an Aha moment where they realized who the killer might be around page 275 of this 300 page book I figured it out somewhere around page 100.Sutter tends to write very basic sentences and to over explain things like what Jade does to start a pot of coffee brewing The writing felt stilted in many places, the sentences identical in structure to where they formed a rhythm It wasn t an engaging one but a monotonous one.Had Sutter not started her series off with a serial killer novel, I might consider reading of her books Because she d...

  4. Tristan Robin Blakeman says:

    Well, I do love a good tale about a demented psychopathic serial killer and this one has a doozy The maniac has a gruesome way of murdering his victims and though it s fairly graphic, the author doesn t dwell on the details so that it becomes violence porn It s never disgusting just creepy and eerie and very unpleasant to think about.The characters in what appears to be the beginning of a series are engagingclever, intelligent and thoughtful The writing style is clean and effortless I enjoy lean writing in a thriller, where pacing can add to the excitement, and too many words can water it down The discovery of...

  5. C.M. Rutherford says:

    I enjoyed this book The characters were interesting and believable The pace of the book was steady and kept your interest throughout The author gave the right amount of detail in the story, without bogging down the story with minutia I thought the author also kept the identity of the kill...

  6. Will Decker says:

    Too much repetition We don t need to hear about the coffee over and over We don t need to hear about all the takeout food they eat and then confuse it with the vending machine food They re not the same The tense shifts were annoying present tense and past tense all in the same sentence doesn t work The main characters were predictable, the plot was predictable, and the serial killer s motive was ...

  7. Caitlin says:

    I just couldn t get in to this book I feel bad that I only got about 15% of the way through, but life is too short for me to keep reading things that didn t grab me right away.I will say that the constant physical descriptions of people got annoying really quickly I repeat, 15% of the way in I kn...

  8. Ted Tayler says:

    Missed the target There are plenty of characters in this one and loads of procedural detail The plot is simple enough to follow, but I found the extra layers of people and descriptions too confusing It s an easy read, and will occupy a few hours o...

  9. Edith English says:

    Didn t likeBook had too much detail and seemed it was written by a novice writer I couldn t read the book than a quarter through.

  10. Star Shining Forever says:

    So boring Figured out the villain s identity a couple chapters in Also how does a mental druggie psycho like that hide his crazy enough to do his job around the very people he hates, as well as avoid cameras and tech like he did LOL.The author seems to think you write a good first person POV by just changing she to I Not true You need asides and thoughts and quips that are going on in the protagonist s head this book didn t have that and coul...

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