In Vancouver, the wife of a millionaire is dead following an explosion in her own home.
Everyone thinks her husband is responsible, but former FBI profiler Jefferson Winter isn’t so sure. The method is too perfect; the lack of mistakes, uncanny. He’s seen a series of carefully orchestrated murders – once a year, on exactly the same day, a woman dies in a situation just like this one.
That date is fast approaching and Winter knows another victim has been selected. Can he identify the quiet man before he strikes again?
The Quiet Man is the fourth book in the Jefferson Winter’s series. I don’t think it is essential to have read the others in the series but I think you will kick yourself for missing out on some great reads if you don’t go back and read them.
Jefferson is such an interesting character, his father was a serial killer and he has spent his adult life as a profiler catching criminals. Both of which is something that fascinates me. It’s incredible that from a crime scene that someone can give the police an idea of who they want to be looking out for. It really does make for some thrilling reading.
The way the killer kills their victims is something I haven’t come across before which made it stand out even more. The fact that they know when the killer is going to strike you would think makes Jefferson’s job that bit easier, but it doesn’t. It becomes very much a race against time whilst the clock is ticking.
The Quiet Man is another great book in a fast paced and thrilling crime series. If you want something a little bit different to your detective books then I highly recommend this series. You won’t be disappointed.
Goodreads rating 4/5 stars.
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