Review of Above the Limit by Victoria Robinson




For only the third time in New Zealand’s history a serial killer lurks among them, preying on the innocent and showing no mercy. This killer is out to teach the world a lesson. Luke McIntyre is a troubled man, haunted by past events and plagued by the unrelenting guilt that followed; he struggles to keep his life together. Now he finds himself hunting a killer more horrifying than he could ever have imagined. As he digs deeper he becomes convinced of the killers identity. There is just one problem; the man in question is already dead. Now he finds himself asking, how do you catch a killer who’s already dead?

Now, if you’re anything like me, you might look at this cover and think “Eh, it doesn’t look very exciting.” But, Boy, would you be wrong! This was an excellent book with plenty of exciting moments that are still leaving me breathless and hungry for more. It was intense and fact paced from the very first page, right up until I read the last word. A lot of times I don’t like that, but with this book it worked. My heart raced with every page!



2 thoughts on “Review of Above the Limit by Victoria Robinson

  1. Good luck on the book, Victoria! I’m still working two unpublished novels and heading for a writing seminar in a few weeks to goad me forward. It’s an endurance test–and having faith in yourself.

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