If you recall I'd mentioned a while back I'd read all of Blake Sebring's books. Well, Sebring is at it again. He's out doing book signings for his latest thriller Lethal Justice which is a sequel to the book Lethal Ghost and I see many readers who've reviewed it are already pumped on wanting book three.
My review of Lethal Ghost was
"There was no relaxed comfort in reading this book. Instead, it was an emotional roller coaster. Yes, this book gives an insight into victimology and the difficulties law enforcement face, but more than that, it teaches us our 'what ifs' are not insignificant. This ending can easily transition into a series and I'm hopeful for a movie.
I think most of us that read the thriller genre know that these reads involve disturbance and character conflict where friends betray friends and not all protagonists are good.
Yes, even our heroes have flaws and this often brings about a depth of complexity which entices readers by raising our anxiety or reaching into us - making us more aware of our specific phobias and eliciting panic when exposed.
I won't go into much detail about Lethal Justice but I will tell you Sebring's characters are names of people he knows. And what I love most about this is many of these names I recognize and it amuses me as to which direction he takes with their characters.
For those who have not read Sebring's thrillers, they have great rising action with twists. And more than being action-driven they have a valued argument and premise.
I've read most of Sebring's 11 books and it's always a pleasure to meet with him.
About the Author
A native of Fort Wayne, Blake Sebring covered the Fort Wayne Komets' beat for 28 seasons, covering more than 1,500 games, and is one of only four men to cover the team over 60 years for The News-Sentinel. Besides legendary sports editor Bud Gallmeier's 35 years, no one in newspapers has covered the Komets longer. He started working at The News-Sentinel at age 15.
"Lethal Justice" is his 11th book. He is also the author of six sports nonfiction books, including ``Fort Wayne Sports History,'' ``Tales of the Komets," ``Legends of the Komets," ``Live From Radio Rinkside: The Bob Chase Story,'' ``The Greatest Mistake I Never Made" and ``On To The Show." His first novel was ``The Lake Effect,'' followed by "Homecoming Game" and "Lethal Ghost." followed by "Features in Faith"