Rise of The Iron Eagle

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Rise of The Iron Eagle

The Iron Eagle Series, #1

Rise of The Iron Eagle is based on two law enforcement officials tracking down a mysterious serial killer. However this is a serial killer with a different motive that is taking justice into his own hands by "weeding out" other serial killers. The book captivates the reader by detailing the gruesome scenes and gives a good perspective on how law enforcement tracks a serial killer.

Mystery surrounds who is the Iron Eagle? Barry Mullin a seasoned Private Investigator, although well in his prime years, was very good at what he does. He is task with a very special assignment that will require all his years of experience. When Barry was found murdered Steve Hoffman an FBI Agent and Jim O'Brian a police investigator, who were longtime friends of Barry decided to work together to find out who murdered Barry. Was it the job of a known serial killer on the loose? As the story develops it seems that a hero serial killer is getting rid of bad serial killers disappearing into the talons of the Iron Eagle without any chance of going through the normal justice systems of being innocent until proven guilty.

In a Catch me if you can style this book where the Iron Eagle is always ahead of law enforcement, this book is not for the faint hearted as there are a number of graphic depictions of torture. The author does a good job on switching scenes but sometimes becomes too detailed in a particular scene that the reader forgets what transpired in the previous scene.


Book Blurb for Rise of The Iron Eagle

Is The Iron Eagle a psychotic serial killer?

Or a new breed of Justice?

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide Detective Jim O’Brian and FBI Profiler Special Agent Steve Hoffman are hunting for a brutal serial killer; however, this case defies the profiling rules both men have been trained to detect. “The Iron Eagle” appears to only hunt and capture serial killers. Time is of the essence as with each passing day “The Eagle” gets more brazen. The deeper O’Brian and Hoffman dig into profiling the killer, the more they realize that this is more than a race against time – it’s a race laden with the realization that the killer may be one of their own.


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2015 3.50