Review: This is Mark's second solo project and I couldn't put it down. It's a fantastic cop investigative novel that kept me guessing. Roland March is a homicide detective in Houston who colors right to the lines and seems to stay on the bad side of his superiors. He's got a past, but he's also a great cop. He
sees things others don't, and when they don't agree with him, he'll keep chasing the threads. When a young woman is found dead in a swimming pool, he sees a copycat crime, while others see a random murder. The plot twists and turns to the final page. Roland is not a Christian, but is surrounded by several and the conversations flow naturally. The last page ends with a twist. Can't wait for the next Roland March novel. Oh, and my husband loves these books, too.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
ABOUT THE BOOK
Alienated from his colleagues and with a growing rift in his marriage, March receives messages from the killer. The bodies pile up, the pressure builds, and the violence reaches too close to home. Up against an unfathomable evil, March struggles against the clock to understand the hidden message in the pattern of wounds.
If you would like to read the first chapter of Pattern of Wounds, go HERE.