My #Review of The Company of Demons by Michael Jordan @mjordanauthor @roopco

The brutal murder of a friend leaves lawyer John Coleman stunned and sends shockwaves through the city of Cleveland.

The technique of the killing recalls memories of the Torso Murderer, who dismembered at least twelve people decades ago and then vanished—eluding even legendary crime fighter Eliot Ness.

Jennifer, the victim’s beautiful daughter, hires John to handle her father’s estate, and romantic feelings for her soon complicate his already troubled marriage.

When John finds himself entangled with a coldblooded biker gang, an ex-cop with a fuzzy past, and the drug-addicted son of the dead man, he struggles to make sense of it all.

But he cannot shake a growing sense of dread.

 

MY REVIEW

First of all I would like to wish Michael a happy publication day and congratulate him on an excellent debut novel!

I really enjoyed this book!  It starts out with a rather horrific murder (not a spoiler as it is in the blurb) and you get thrown in to the story  – I was gripped and the fast pace continued right to the end.  The characters in the book are great and I loved the suspense that the author manages to build up.

I do love a good thriller and this one was great – a really enjoyable read – 4 stars from me, some excellent books out in 2018 so far!

The Company of Demons is available to purchase on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zmc08q

 

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ISBN (Paperback): 978-1-62634-451-8
ISBN (e-Book): 978-1-62634-452-5

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

M. Jordan Headshot.jpgMichael Jordan is the founder of Jordan Resolutions, an arbitration firm in Rocky River, Ohio.

A trial lawyer and arbitrator for three decades, he has been recognized as an Ohio Super Lawyer and named to Best Lawyers in America.

He obtained his undergraduate degree from Ohio Wesleyan University and a law degree from George Washington University.

The Company of Demons is his first novel.

The Company of Demons is be available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and IndieBound.

You can read more about the book and author at: www.michaeljordanbooks.com.

 

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