Blog Tour and Giveaway: The Monarch by Jack Soren
Title: The Monarch: A Thriller
Author: Jack Soren
Genre: Thriller 18+
Publication Date: December 2, 2014
Publisher: WitnessImpulse, an imprint of HarperCollins
~ Synopsis ~
When Jonathan Hall walked away from his career as an international art thief to be a father, he thought he’d made a clean break—from crime, from life as The Monarch, from an early grave. But when The Monarch’s signature symbol resurfaces carved into the mutilated bodies of New York’s elite, Jonathan realizes his retirement might’ve been short-lived. Someone is framing The Monarch for horrific slayings. But Jonathan and his former partner Lew know this isn’t just murder—it’s a message. Now caught in a deadly game against a fanatic madman whose reach penetrates the darkest corners of the globe, Jonathan and Lew have no choice but to play along. But when Jonathan’s daughter becomes a pawn, all bets are off. To win this game, Jonathan and Lew will have to accept one final task as The Monarch—a job that could change the course of history forever.
My 4-Star Review
This is one of those books that I like to curl up on a rainy night to read. Suspenseful. Page-turner. Edge of your seat! These books never get old!
This is a story about seeking redemption for past mistakes. The twists and turns will have you eager for the next page.
I live for thrillers. I don't read them on a regular basis. If I did, they wouldn't have such a strong effect on me. This book is a little haunting but a lot thrilling! Thrilling in every way a thriller should be!
I am not going to go into specifics of this book. These books are supposed to be suspenseful, therefore, I will leave you to the suspense at your own risk.
If you are a thriller fan, this is right up your alley! If you don't typically go for this genre, this book will still intrigue you. I highly recommend this book to anyone!
~ About the Author ~
JACK SOREN was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. Before becoming a thriller novelist, Soren wrote software manuals, waited tables, drove a cab and spent six months as a really terrible private investigator. He lives in the Toronto area.