A performance for the ages.
Courtney Johnson brings the house down in the heart of the vibrant Dallas Arts District. Later, shrills pierce the hallways of Wyle Theater when Courtney, a budding Broadway musical star, is found dead, a single bullet to the head.
Driven to find the killer before
And then it happens again. Another performer killed, someone Booker had met. Rocked by the shocking murders, performers and patrons alike fear that a serial killer is on the loose, and no one knows when and or where another dead body will show up.
But professional obligations quickly morph into personal vendettas. Running against an unforgiving clock, Booker is forced to solicit the help of a crime boss, The Shark.
With his life threatened at almost every turn, and his heart being put through a meat grinder, Booker taps into every resource at his disposal to stop more than just a killer.
But at what price?
Full of unforgettable characters, bone-chilling suspense and stunning thrills, BOOKER – Tap That is a wild ride that will test even the most fervent reader’s quest for a luminous reading experience.
series. After completing Booker: Streets
of Mayhem I was looking forward to the second installment as there were
questions that were left unanswered. I
had great expectations for this installment based on the following
action packed and an exciting read. Unfortunately,
that was not the case. This is not to
say that the story was not good it was just not what I was hoping for.
left off. Due to the overlap in stories
it would be best to read the first book before proceeding to volume 2. It started out pretty slow and it kept that
pace for almost 70% of the book. It was
at this stage that things began heating up. The action was minimal. It was not enough to provide me with that
edge of your seat read.
previous installment in the story.
installment were finally answered.
The mystery which was not easy to figure out. I
would never have guessed who the killer was. When it was revealed I was
story flowed seamlessly. The characters were likeable and sufficient back story
was provided making it easy to understand what motivates them.
its slow pace I found it to be an ok read. Personally for me it was not as good
as the first book in the series, but it’s good enough for me to recommend it to
Check out the first book in the series
On a cool October afternoon, the majestic blue sky above Dallas is polluted with
A white supremacist group claims responsibility, opening old wounds, turning neighbor against neighbor–fracturing the community.
A Southeast Dallas native, Booker T. Adams couldn’t be more invested in the city
With his career called into question and his family in the
If he fails, terrorism will reign in the city of Dallas.
A veteran of the corporate wars, former journalist, and true studier of human and social behavior, best-selling author John W. Mefford
John writes novels full of intrigue, suspense, and thrills, but they also evoke an emotional connection with the characters.
When he’s not writing, he chases three kids around, slaves away in the yard, reads, takes in as many sports as time allows, watches all sorts of movies, and continues to make mental notes of people and societies across the land.
John lives in Frisco, Texas with his beautiful wife, three opinionated kids, and a feisty fat cat who rules the world.
I received this book to review through Beck Valley
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