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Crimson Deep: An Action-Packed Thriller (The John Decker Supernatural Thriller Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
Deep in the Florida woodlands, a pair of recreational divers are attacked and killed. Miles away, a research team captures an impossible sight on their remote-operated submersible. Meanwhile, a team of bank robbers speed toward their Florida hideout.
As deaths mount, ex-sheriff John Decker is called from a much-needed vacation by a longtime friend, to help a baffled police department track an impossible enemy. Thrust into one of the most dangerous situations of his life, Decker must combat not only a ruthless killer but a cadre of criminals with nothing to lose.
And the stakes could not be higher, because if Decker fails, it could lead not only to his own death but the demise of the woman he loves.
This is book three in the John Decker series, but it can be read as a standalone novel.
If you are a fan of James Rollins, Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child, and Steve Alten, you will love the John Decker series.
What Readers are Saying About the John Decker Series
★★★★★ I have been looking for books like those written by Douglas Preston/Lincoln Child (since I devoured all of theirs) & I think I have found them! Hard to categorize.....part thriller, part suspense, part horror/supernatural, all good! – Goodreads Review
★★★★★ John Decker is a "Monster Hunter" & I loved following his hunt for this monster! One way I judge a book is whether or not I will be looking for more by the author or in the series. This is definitely one that will add Anthony Strong to my TBR list! – Beverly Laude, Goodreads Review
★★★★★ An exciting and fast-paced read! In the best traditions of Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Bentley Little et al, Anthony M Strong has delivered a rollicking read where alongside a well-told, thrilling story, you get fine characterization which makes you care about the people populating this tale! I would heartily recommend it - I am looking forward to reading more of his work... - F Dalgleish, Amazon review
From the Author
A Story Teller from the Start
- ASIN : B089YBZK64
- Publisher : West Street Publishing (August 20, 2020)
- Publication date : August 20, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1312 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 290 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #13,801 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The last book showed significant improvement from the original, so I was anxious to get through this one, but it feels like one step forward, two steps back on this series. The author rushes through, introducing almost a dozen characters in the first 25 or so pages, none of which are memorable in any way except Decker himself. A familiar pattern soon sets in - a new character is introduced and then quickly dispatched by the monster. Rinse and repeat. There's no real explanation as to where the monster came from or why it's revealing itself now. Even worse, there's no real ending to this book. We don't know if the creature is dead, the fate of the sheriff, bank robber, or scientists. I'd think a prehistoric monster attack would soon be worldwide news, but there's no follow up on any of the events. It's all just ignored with Decker moving on to his next assignment. The whole book might as well have not happened.
I can admit these books haven't been great, but I still feel a strange compulsion to continue on. There's potential here for this to be a great series but it's not there yet. I have high hopes for the next one.
This author is great and always leaves you wanting for more!