No Motive for Murder by Doug Hantke

The Minter Book Reviews

no motive for murder

Genre: Suspense/Thriller

Overall Rating: 3.5 stars

Editing/Proofreading: 3/5

Stylistics/Linguistics: 3/5

Plot Development: 4/5

Plot Pacing: 5/5

Character Development: 3/5

Rating: 18+ for violence, profanity, and sexual scenes

Please allow me to start by saying that No Motive for Murder is so thrilling and addictive that I devoured the whole thing in one day. Although in terms of writing it has some serious flaws (which I’ll address momentarily), the story line is so engrossing that I have to recommend it anyways. Having previously read Fitness Guru, I am familiar enough with Hantke’s methods that i just knew there would be plenty of plot twists and a shock-you-to-your-core ending. I think this book is like one of those overplayed, earworm-inducing songs that you blast at full volume when you’re driving alone: it’s awesomely bad.

The story follows Dr. Gary Schaade, a psychologist famous for his books on serial killers. He is interested in how…

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