It was late summer 1983. Cujo was scarring movie screen audiences across America. The Baltimore Orioles defeated Philadelphia in the I-95 World Series. Four months later, our investigative agency Beltway Investigations Inc. was hired to look into the death of a local, named Chet Hosey. His body was found inside the Hancock Hotel in downtown D.C. The Metro D.C. Police initially ruled his death as accidental. His brother thought otherwise. It was later ruled as a homicide. Join the Beltway team as they attempt to handle one of their toughest cases to date. A case that leads to a nation-wide manhunt, and lands lead investigator Brent Dulac into the cross-hairs of the alluring best selling romance author, Lilith Vettmore.
This story takes you down the trail of a very seriously demented woman that is being sought after for several murders. The author uses relevant clues throughout the plot to keep your mind engaged in the story. Although this novel is heart racing and serious, the author slips in little bits of humor that is refreshing and fits well with the plot. This story has a true authentic feel and you can tell the author knows what he’s putting into words. This is the third installment in this Brent Dulac series, and each story holds your attention. Although it’s part of a series, the author does a fantastic job allowing this to be a stand alone story as well. I cannot wait for the fourth story in this series!
Brian Benson knows about investigations. He does his research and he combines it with his own on-the-ground experience as an investigator to bring insider details to his stories. Red Ink is a terrific tale of how a team of investigators tracks down a heinous murderer. Parts of the book may not be for the faint of heart but for readers who like a good mystery thriller, this is your book
I love Dulac in these books he gets in situations that sometimes he can't get out of. The book was an easy read and to follow. Some new characters are introduced which made the story really interesting. I have to say other than Dulac I loved Talia in the story. There was just one part of the book that didn't sit right with me but then again it explains how cold these killers are they don't care who you are if you got close that's it. You know the old saying never judge a book by its cover.