Book Review: People in Season by: Simon Fay


Publication Date:  March 1, 2016

Origins:  From Author for Review

Synopsis:  The untouched – Psychopathic personality types banned from professions where they could do harm. 

Agent Mullen is a man tasked with rooting out these dangerous social contaminants. Assigned to the newsroom of Dublin’s most popular media service, he has to be careful when he meets Ava O'Dwyer, a woman who's prepared to begin a game where seduction, deceit and murder are all fair play... 

Review: PEOPLE IN SEASON is a strange tale of psychopathy, the ‘untouched’ and the repercussions to one man. Agent Mullen is part of the agency who ferret out the untouched for reprogramming. When he meets Ava O’Dwyer, the assistant editor of a famous media outlet, his life will be irrevocably changed. PEOPLE IN SEASON is part mystery and part noir, but all unusual. The characters will elicit strong feelings and the plot will keep you guessing. PEOPLE IN SEASON may not appeal to everyone, but it is intriguing.

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