Book Review: Murdermorphosis by: Jeffrey A. Apostol

Rating: 5/5

Publication Date: May 29, 2014

Origins:  From Author for Review

Synopsis: A police detective, adopted at birth, pursues an enigmatic killer, responsible for the death of a beautiful yet troubled woman. Unknown to him, his own true identity holds the key to solving the case. When the murder becomes something else, the detective spirals down a path of self obliteration. Will he survive the Murdermorphosis?

Review: MURDERMORPHOSIS is a graphic, twisted, and surprising novella. Detective Gabriel Graves is looking for a serial killer, who also killed a woman Gabriel got too close to when she reported a stalker. Tammey was fearful of Ryan who had stalked her previously. She’d thought she’d gotten away completely when he appeared again. Now Gabriel is on the hunt, but he doesn’t know how close to home the answers lie. MURDERMORPHOSIS is less than 100 pages long, but there is a lot of emotional grittiness and depth in those short pages. Chilling and disturbing, MURDERMORPHOSIS will definitely alter your outlook.

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