‘Random Bullets’ by Joy Mutter

Random Bullets

A gunman runs amok in a London park killing apparently random victims. But what could have provoked such monstrous behaviour? Moving through several locations and a myriad of ordinary (and not so ordinary) characters, the story gradually slots the pieces into place to track the series of events that lead to one moment of madness.

Part thriller, part paranormal mystery, this is one of Ms Mutter’s early frays into the world of the paranormal. (Her talent for all things mystical is more pronounced in her later books – most notably, the ‘Hostile’ series.) The characters, as always, are an eclectic bunch and like all good mysteries, the links between them emerge slowly. The plot develops into a complex tale of family feuds, fallings-out and misunderstandings that – as we all know – can so easily lead to murder and mayhem. Narrated by actor and voice artist Alexander Doddy, this is an enjoyable and occasionally laugh-out-loud story, and while I don’t think it’s quite up to the standard of the author’s later works, it is no less entertaining.

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  2 comments for “‘Random Bullets’ by Joy Mutter

  1. 07/12/2017 at 4:56 PM

    Another great sounding book, Colin.


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