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Deviant Way ❮Reading❯ ➺ Deviant Way Author Richard Montanari – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Shocking and erotically charged, Deviant Way delves into Cleveland s upscale singles bars, where a pair of serial killers a man and a woman are about to pull a cop into an all too human game of voyeur Shocking and erotically charged, Deviant Way delves into Cleveland s upscale singles bars, where a pair of serial killers a man and a woman are about to pull a cop into an all too human game of voyeurism, kidnapping and murder.


10 thoughts on “Deviant Way

  1. Trina Trina says:

    I loved this book and especially loved Jack Paris It held my attention throughout It s my first four read this year


  2. Sanaa Iona Sanaa Iona says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Gripping Fast paced but ending not clear Meaning I don t know for sure who Pharaoh really was Was it Tommy or not And a Woman who kills other woman for what sick motive It was never really explained so I am just like Uh Also there was soo many characters in the book it was kinda had for me to keep up with who was who and what significance they had.


  3. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    I enjoyed this bookthan the Byrne Balzano books because I felt this wasof a straightforward murder investigation, while the Byrne Balzano books end up relying on Byrne s instincts andoften than not involve a religious connection which can often be tiresome I liked the plot of this book and I liked the character of Jack.


  4. Jannelies Jannelies says:

    I gave this book three stars from memory and I will keep it that way It is a good read, with plenty of tension and a very complicated plot So complicated it took me again some time to figure out who was who Well, it is not that I expect an author to explain everything into minute detail, but here I could have done with a littleinformation and a littleinsight in what was going on.


  5. Rick Rick says:

    A gripping start to a new series from a new to me author It says everything that I can t wait to read , maybe even the rest, of his work.


  6. Ken Kaufman Ken Kaufman says:

    very solid first book a page turner.


  7. John Toffee John Toffee says:

    I am big fan of Richard Montanari s Byrne Balzano series and thought I d give his first ever character, Jack Paris, a go in the author s first novel, Don t Look Now aka Deviant Ways The book is the first of a two part series.There is the same Montanari action and fast pace with plenty of brutal murders carried out by dark and seedy characters I enjoyed the book which involves voyeurism that, it can be said, goes too far as well as paedophilia As with his later work Montanari is not afraid I am big fan of Richard Montanari s Byrne Balzano series and thought I d give his first ever character, Jack Paris, a go in the author s first novel, Don t Look Now aka Deviant Ways The book is the first of a two part series.There is the same Montanari action and fast pace with plenty of brutal murders carried out by dark and seedy characters I enjoyed the book which involves voyeurism that, it can be said, goes too far as well as paedophilia As with his later work Montanari is not afraid to cover the real taboos of life in his novels, which I can be sure puts some people off, making the uncomfortable, but I think that this bold approach makes the author stand out from the crowd in much the way Karin Slaughter does.Back to this book Paris is a divorced detective aren t they all who s still in love with his ex and devoted to his young daughter I ll say it again, aren t they all and he struggles to get the balance right between his family and work which always seems to pull him away at the worst possible moments and, again as always, ends up with his family deeply involved in the case There are plenty of twists and turns and the reader is kept guessing right to the end I must admit I guessed half of the solution but not the other half There are a lot of characters and in some instances this can be a bit confusing and is probably the main reason this is a four star rather than a five star from me Certainly a book I would recommend to any cop thriller lover who doesn t mind their murder mysteries graphic in detail Look forward to reading the second, and unfortunately final instalment, in the series soon


  8. Plum-crazy Plum-crazy says:

    An okay read but nowhere near as good as others by this author In a nutshell, three women have been brutally murdered Homicide Detective Jack Paris is on hand to track the killeror is it killers down.As ever there are plenty of red herrings, but maybe it s just that I m so used to this author s style now but many seemed too obvious could be seen for the misdirections they were I found that parts of the book didn t flow well other parts were muddling As it was first published under An okay read but nowhere near as good as others by this author In a nutshell, three women have been brutally murdered Homicide Detective Jack Paris is on hand to track the killeror is it killers down.As ever there are plenty of red herrings, but maybe it s just that I m so used to this author s style now but many seemed too obvious could be seen for the misdirections they were I found that parts of the book didn t flow well other parts were muddling As it was first published under a different title in 1995 I wondered if it had been edited again a thought I had due to the comment of Justin Bieber posters being on a girls bedroom wallI know he started young but wouldn t he have been about 1 in 95 I was losing interest by the end if I m honest the revealing of Saila Pharaoh seemed rushed unconvincing, never mind that there was no satisfactory explanation for their actions I didn t care for the characters, the sexually promiscuous Andrea Heller her voyeur husband held little appeal for me I didn t really care about their fate Even hero Jack Paris didn t have the charm as Byrne Balzano A reasonable read but not the gory, gripping edge of the seat thriller that I expected from one of my favourite authors


  9. John Marrone John Marrone says:

    Good cop serial killer mystery Was introduced to detective Jack Paris in Kiss of Evil, which is mixed into my horror reads at random It was a good book, so I was excited to learn that it was part of a two book series I recommend this to fans of police dramas or serial killer films It has interesting characters, a steady and easy pace, brutal killers, and a mystery that I was close to solving, yet no cigar A slow and deliberate start, the last 70 pages I couldn t put it down I think I wil Good cop serial killer mystery Was introduced to detective Jack Paris in Kiss of Evil, which is mixed into my horror reads at random It was a good book, so I was excited to learn that it was part of a two book series I recommend this to fans of police dramas or serial killer films It has interesting characters, a steady and easy pace, brutal killers, and a mystery that I was close to solving, yet no cigar A slow and deliberate start, the last 70 pages I couldn t put it down I think I will go back and read Kiss of Evil, I don t remember a single detail about it


  10. James A James A says:

    I won t addto the storyline well described by other reviewers This is the first Richard Montanari book I ve read and I thoroughly enjoyed it A gripping page turner and I didn t see the end coming I don t read that many thrillers, but would certainly readbooks by Mr Montanari.


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