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This short story is one of those exceptional novels that you manage to find as a freebie, which I did on Kindle Australia, that entices you to read a new body of work by a previously undiscovered author. The author is Australian (Yipee! A fellow countryman) and I must say impressed me greatly by writing a novel set in Australia that didn't paint the locals as half retarded with colloquialisms you cringe at. While there were a few Aussie-isms, they rang true and were ones that I would use. The writing was wonderfully paced and executed, the plot quite current in its topic and with characters you could become invested in. I enjoyed this offering SO much that I have signed up to be on his readers list and have downloaded more of his books in this series.
The author moves the story along rapidly from the beginning with an intriguing story line and some great dialogue. Using an online site the villain is persuaded to act out a hate filled fantasy, without any idea of who is really pulling his strings. The answer comes as a shock to Detective Jack Creed when he eventually works it out. A great short read.
Rejection is a short story which plays out as a run of the mill modern day police procedural drama, the backdrop of the story and basic main plot Is the shooting of three girls on a college campus. It displays that teenagers especially will and have documented their every move through social media. It focus's upon Detective Jack Creed a man with many years experience of working the field of police procedures. A man who is stern and dedicated to his work, who is the detective in charge of an investigation into the shooting. This story is one of high school jinx and revenge for the mistaken belief that a teen age boy is being shunned in school by every girl he meets. This is where obsession and jealousy sets in, as something bad and it demonstrates how easy a good child can turn bad when he is mistakenly under the belief that. It demonstrates an insight into a world where human rights of a prisoner is not always viewed as a necessary point in life, especially when it comes to the 'Guilty before Innocent' attitude of today's society is drawn on. Realistically the police have secured a conviction upon less evidence than that.
C T Mitchell is a good writer, I enjoyed reading this book on a daily basis. It demonstrates a well thought out plan and good insight into the procedural world of law enforcement. Each line is woven into a beautiful descriptive flowing story which draws a vivid picture in the readers mind.
A fairly humdrum account of a teenager who takes rejection badly. As we're in the States he has easy access to guns and the inevitable happens. Jack Creed isn't really a larger than life character who could maintain a long running series. in this short offering he's no more than a continuity link between the boy's videos and the thoughts and feelings of the boy's parents and his police colleagues. The twist was imaginative though and lifted my rating above my initial appraisal.
Short story?? Was more like reading notes from a jotting pad. Also really dislike the read a chapter from another book and the another chapter from another book. Sorry another author of my reading list.
My first c t Mitchell novel and this story featuring Jack creed is very good reading only a short story but covering a subject of gun crime on a school campus which happens worldwide much to often very realistic characters creed has the making of a great new detective series .kev dilks