Primus, by John T. Leonard.

Primus, by John T. Leonard.

I was kindly sent a copy of this book by the author, John T. Leonard in exchange for an honest review.

I have previously reviewed for John so I was thrilled when he asked me to review for him again.

Primus is a crime suspense novel like no other I’ve ever read. I can normally guess the plot straight away but not this time (ask John, he’ll tell you) I was fully immersed in this book, imagining walking alongside Tom while his whole life is turned upside down.

As a nurse I am fully aware of the complexity’s of mental illness and I’m fascinated with personality disorders. It is sometimes hard to demonstrate this in a novel but, John has carried this out expertly .

Just when you think you’ve figured it all out something else is unearthed to throw a spanner in the works and you have to continue adding pieces to the thrilling puzzle that is Tom’s life.

You’re taken on a roller coaster of emotions (confusion, sadness, admiration and anger) whilst reading this book from the first page to the very last.

I was desperate to see what would happen next whilst at the same time not wanting the story to come to an end.

The ending was poignant, emotional and perfect, you’ll have to read it for yourself to see why!

I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in personality disorders and even to those who aren’t. Basically, if you enjoy reading, you’ll enjoy this book.

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