★★★★★ This installment in the Nemo & Co. series takes us to a prison, where The Cleaner has been captured. The Cleaner undergoes her most significant transformation to date through the course of this story.
The fourth installment in the Nemo & Company series, this book delves into The Cleaner’s family history. I liked that we learn more about The Cleaner and other characters in the series. In this book, we get some answers. Or, at least we think we do, as I’m never quite sure with this series what’s reality or what I’ll discover later was only a mirage.
4 stars The cigarette smoking detective Kate Monroe is back on the scene, investigating a serial killer in this sequel to The Lamb. The book takes us right back to Barnsworth, where Monroe and Halifax are pulled back in with fresh murders, one of which might be the new girlfriend of Monroe’s ex-husband. The Mother … Continue reading The Mother by J.E. Clarkson
Clarkson keeps the adrenaline pumping in The Kill Switch, the third installment in her dystopian, techno-thriller series. The short, action-filled chapters keep the suspense high as the nameless main character known only as The Cleaner and her allies continue to fight against the evils of Stella and Nemo & Co.
The Ghost Society The Ghost Society is the second installment in J.E. Clarkson’s Nemo & Co dystopian techno-thriller series. Like the first book, The Ghost Society is told from the perspective of a woman known only as The Cleaner. The Ghost Society reveals more about The Cleaner, introduces us to a few new characters, and … Continue reading The Ghost Society by J.E. Clarkson
The Vanishing Office by J.E. Clarkson The Vanishing Office is the second book I’ve read by Clarkson. The first was The Lamb, a murder mystery. While The Vanishing Office, a dystopian thriller, is quite different from The Lamb in terms of genre, subject matter, and tone, Clarkson’s distinctive voice and intriguing writing style are still … Continue reading The Vanishing Office by J.E. Clarkson
4 out of 5 stars “She’d learned long ago that people only see what they want to see and they talk themselves out of being suspicious, even if they have a very good reason to be.”The Lamb, J.E. Clarkson Who can resist a good suspense story? I’ve been reading a lot of sci-fi novels lately … Continue reading The Lamb by J.E. Clarkson