Review: Gallery of the Dead by Chris Carter

There is plenty of gore--and a very sinister crime to solve--in Gallery of the Dead, the latest thriller from bestselling author Chris Carter. Detective Hunter of the Ultra Violent Crime Squad is called to a shocking crime scene and it soon becomes clear that the killer is intent on making his victims into a well, disgusting piece of art.

A hardcore psychological crime novel is a bit of a departure for me as a reader, but it was interesting to give this novel a chance and to piece things together to see if I could guess at what was to happen next. (Turns out I can't.) I found the whole thing interesting in a morbid kind of a way. This title will probably appeal to readers who are interested in reading about the darker side of humanity.

Thank you to Simon and Schuster Australia for my review copy.

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