Renatus

Renatus The Double Murder Of A Young Man And Woman With A Message In Blood At Both Scenes Reawakens The Memory Of An Identical Case Fifteen Years Earlier Detective Superintendent Eddie Kilminster, A Junior Detective On The Earlier Case, Now Leads The Current Investigation He Enlists The Help Of Sean Moses, An Ex Colleague From The First Case, And Now An Investigative Profiler Operating Outside Of The Force Eddie And Sean Find Themselves On A Journey And A Race Against Time Before The Killer Strikes Again Will Eddies Mind Be Opened To The Forces Of Nature That Lie Beneath The Killings, And Will Sean Discover A New Path In His Life Before Events Push Him Beyond The Edge Of His Own Sanity

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  • Paperback
  • 366 pages
  • Renatus
  • John A. Saunders
  • English
  • 08 February 2017
  • 9781481973946

10 thoughts on “Renatus

  1. says:

    Written almost as if being an ongoing investigation, this had me hooked from the word go.The lead characters are not clearly described in the beginning, and I was almost disappointed but this was a cunning part of the intrigue The author developed each of them slowly, drip feeding the reader snippets of information while revealing the investigation of the mystifying case.I loved how the seeming sub plots became woven together creating an interestingly choppy style of writing I almost felt as though I was reading scenes out of a policeman s note book.There were parts where the characters and their daily routine was so well written I was almost screaming at the book for them to look up and notice what was going on around them.The story has a brilliantly complicated ending leaving us with plenty to look forward to in further books Thoroughly recommend it

  2. says:

    I liked this very much There s a good selection of characters and, as this is the first in a series, they ll no doubt build as we go along With a back story still to be filled out and an ending which leaves you wanting and fortunately Renatus 2 has just come out I m ready for the next installment John.In the best traditions of English crime novels we could be anywhere within Morse Lewis Banks Thorne territory with a hint of Waking the Dead not The Walking Dead thrown in for good measure.I won t spoil what who why where Renatus is, but I like the idea.A great opening debut novel, well done sir.Heartily recommended.

  3. says:

    First off, I have to say, I love this cover It s different and quirky and that pretty much sums up the book A well plotted police procedural which manages to layer a number of enquiries and relationships with a unique supernatural element, without over egging the pudding Don t get me wrong, this is an easy to read novel, but you do have to concentrate as there s some clever twisty turny stuff going on.I liked the way the enquiries connected and the natural development of various relationships The supernatural twist was certainly different and the whole book set the stage for what could be a cracking series I note book 2 is already out

  4. says:

    Renatus by John A Saunders is a great thriller that turned out to be much complex than I had thought I loved Sean Moser s sensing of energy which brought a supernatural twist to his profiling work and made him an intriguing character The connection of a double murder to similar cases many years ago is a clever set up but the story is far evolved than this If you love a well crafted detective story than this is definitely for you.

  5. says:

    Renatus by John A Saunders is a great thriller that turned out to be much complex than I had thought I loved Sean Moser s sensing of energy which brought a supernatural twist to his profiling work and made him an intriguing character The connection of a double murder to similar cases many years ago is a clever set up but the story is far evolved than this If you love a well crafted detective story then this is definitely for you

  6. says:

    An excellent novel in all respects Strong plot and well rounded characters produce an electric atmosphere that keeps you hooked and guessing through its twists and turns Full marks to Saunders A book well worth recommending to lovers of the crime genre Full marks to Saunders

  7. says:

    Interesting, fun premise First self published book I ve read.

  8. says:

    Not bad, but had so much potential I keep reading books that turn out to be a first in a series, which means the author throws in a bunch of characters to set up story lines in books to come This book had so much potential It started off with an interesting concept, a cop invites his former cop friend to help investigate a murder that just took place that is strikingly similar to two cases that this duo tried to solve 15 years earlier The police procedural glimpse in the investigation kept me interested, but it all started falling apart for me about 1 2 way through the book Then I feel that the author introduced so many characters which is fine if they pertain to the plot line and so many story lines perhaps to mislead the reader about the identity of the killer that it muddled the pace for the main story The characters were, in my opinion, underdeveloped maybe on purpose, since this book is the first of a series , the story line was at times confusing, the pace was unbalanced, and some of the abbreviations perhaps common knowledge for most was not spelled out the first time it was used so it could be a bit confusing just one example would be the abbreviations for the rank of the officers involved Overall, this book was just OK I wish that the author concentrated on the main story presented, properly developed the characters that were part of the main story, and just subtly hinted at introductions to the other characters that could be re introduced in other books in the series In doing those things, the author could have really made this un put downable , but after about that half way mark, I struggled a bit at times to even pick it back up The main story, after so many other story lines were introduced, seemed a bit rushed at the end, which was extremely disappointing Sorry, but right now, I would not be interested in reading another book by this author.

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