Author - A.K. Alexander
Title - Daddy's Home
Stars - 4
A manipulative killer stalks single mothers and their innocent children in pursuit of what he calls his perfect family. He plays the textbook father. When things are no longer perfect in his crazy, fantasy world, the family man murders.
Holly Jennings of the San Diego Police Department is single-mindedly tracking him to see justice served. His crimes become personal when a friend and her daughter become the latest victims of “The Family Man."
As Holly probes the murders, she finds she is drawn into a game played by "The Family Man," that may take her along a terrible path. One that may cost her family, her new found love, and even her life.
The pace of Daddy's Home increases the more you get into it. Just as you think it couldn't be more hair-raising the spookiness surges. Daddy's Home is one of those stories that are difficult to put down.
The plot is well constructed, with ingenious twists, the characters well drawn, and the dialogue intriguing. A.K. Alexander's writing, makes the story come alive.
Daddy's Home is an enjoyable read.