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Book Review: Eleven by Carolyn Arnold


Book Review Eleven by Carolyn Arnold

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0063VBFVI
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc.
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ November 4, 2011
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 384 pages
  • Book series: Brandon Fisher FBI Series Book 1

The book synopsis for Eleven by Carolyn Arnold

Book cover Eleven by Carolyn Arnold

In this international bestseller, rookie FBI Agent Brandon Fisher takes on his first case with the Behavioral Analysis Unit, but will he survive long enough to catch the killer? Eleven is a fast-paced, spine-tingling thriller that will have you gasping for breath at every twist…

Eleven Rooms. Ten Bodies. One Empty Grave.

When Brandon Fisher joined the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit, he knew he’d come up against psychopaths, sociopaths, pathological liars, and more. But when his first case takes him and the team to Salt Lick, Kentucky, to hunt down a ritualistic serial killer, he learns what nightmares are truly made of.

Beneath a residential property, local law enforcement discovered an underground bunker with circular graves that house the remains of ten victims. But that’s not all: there’s an empty eleventh grave, just waiting for a corpse. The killing clearly hasn’t come to an end yet, and with the property owner already behind bars, Brandon is certain there’s an apprentice who roams free.

As the FBI follows the evidence across the United States, Brandon starts to struggle with the deranged nature of his job description. And if the case itself isn’t going to be enough to push Brandon over the edge, he’s working in the shadow of Supervisory Special Agent Jack Harper, who expects nothing short of perfection from his team. To make matters even worse, it seems Brandon has become the target of a psychotic serial killer who wants to make him—or his wife—victim number eleven.

Join the hundreds of thousands of readers who have already taken the plunge into a series that will take you into the minds of the most heinous and disturbing serial killers the world could ever imagine. Buy this international bestselling book today and hunt a serial killer alongside the FBI!

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  1. Re "psychopaths, sociopaths, pathological liars"

    Yes, psychopaths are very real. Yet Hollywood flicks and the entertainment industry at large have overwhelmingly presented a deliberately erroneous picture of psychopaths which keeps the public misinformed about what and who psychopaths really are (eg most psychopaths are not overtly violent) and what the TRUE state of the world is --- check out “The 2 Married Pink Elephants In The Historical Room –The Holocaustal Covid-19 Coronavirus Madness: A Sociological Perspective & Historical Assessment Of The Covid “Phenomenon”” ...

    Movies, novels, comics, cartoons, books on serial killers, etc as essential lies, their creators as deceivers of the public. Believing these lies or half-truths turns you into a member of herd stupidity which is always self-destructive in the end ...

    "Separate what you know from what you THINK you know." --- Unknown