For the record, I don't read many thrillers anymore, at least the contemporary ones that seem like creepy newspaper headlines.
Since I do like variety, and Troy Blackford was kind enough to offer this one for free, I decided to give it a try.
Critical Incident was a compelling, page turner. Until I got to the halfway point. ( Refer to my previous post.) Without putting in a spoiler, I will tell you that an apartment scene and a warehouse scene made me put the book aside out of fear of nightmares.
After a few days, I picked it up again, but skipped to the end. Then I proceeded to finish the whole book.
Here is my summary:
1) Fast-paced, compelling story
2) Clear writing style
3) Original and interesting story lines and plots
4) The ending seemed a bit rushed, but the author did resolve all open questions
This book would probably get a higher rating from thriller fans, but I deducted points just for the nightmares.