The Butcher of Belarus, a review by Kristin

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The Butcher of Belarus
By: Brian Shea and Ty Hutchinson

Publication Date: September 6, 2022
Published By: Severn River Publishing
332 Pages

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Migrants are flocking to the border of Belarus and Poland on the promise of being accepted into Poland and the EU for a better life. But Poland has shut its borders and the migrant camp is filled with robbers, rapists, and unsanitary conditions. That’s not even the worst of it. There’s a serial killer in the camp and there are three dead girls. FBI Agent Sterling Gray must now provide a profile on the killer so that they can capture him. While going undercover, Agent Gray discovers things aren’t exactly what they seem. When there is an arrest, it doesn’t sit well with Agent Gray. Then the truth comes out and Agent Gray must return to the camp. Can the serial killer be stopped before another little girl dies?

In this fast-paced read, you’ll be on the edge of your seat and wanting to find justice for the little girls that have been murdered. Shea and Hutchinson did not waste any time getting right into the story, which I really appreciated. While this is a series, they can be read as a standalone. The authors give a very brief explanation as to why an FBI Agent is working overseas. I was right along for the ride with Agent Gray trying to figure out who the killer was, but I couldn’t figure it out! I suspected someone that was good to go bad, but that didn’t happen. I think I read too many thrillers!



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