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New Review of “Khaki=Killer” from Andy Andrews on “True Review” Website

KHAKI=KILLER by Connie Corcoran Wilson. Quad Cities Press (www.khakiequalskiller.com), 2014, 235 pp., no price listed, ISBN 978-0-982444-82-5. Click here to purchase.

Tad McGreevy, the young protagonist of KHAKI=KILLER and in the previous two novels in the series, is back. The task this time: track down two missing girls, Heather Crompton and Kelly Carter. Both were abducted by sociopath and Vietnam vet Declan Hunter and taken to an underground bunker. Declan doesn’t appear to want to kill them – but simply wants to keep them hostage, as he claims too many people have “deserted” him in life.

Meanwhile, the clown psychopath Pogo is still after Tad for the events in the previous books. But Tad’s visions, based up on Tetrachromatic super vision, allow him to “see” the color of evil and ID evil (which he sees as the color of khaki).

Wilson moves the plot along with a lot of subcharacters/plots from the previous two novels. She keeps you in suspense and the Pogo character remains terrifying.KHAKIKiller Andrew Andrews

Review of “KHAKI=KILLER” from “Room with Books” on 6/24/2014

It took me a bit longer to prepare the review of Khaki-Killer, as I read the previous two novels to get up to speed. Fortunately for me we’ve had some rainy days that keep me inside and well glued to my Kindle. I’m not completely comfortable with the classification of The Color of Evil Series as a YA novel. I’m thinking a NA (New Adult) designation would be a better genre.

This series has renewed my hatred of clowns, but the continuity of the writing and the story-line from The Color of Evil to Red is For Rage and Khaki=Killer was like the turning of a page instead of starting a new book.

This is the first of Ms. Corcoran Wilson’s work I’ve read and her strong writing and the characters became very tangible as I vanished into the series. I am certainly in line to read the next installment and I highly recommend Khaki=Killer and The Color of Evil Series!

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