Book Review: Singularity by KATHRYN CASEY

Friday, August 16, 2013

Title: Singularity
Category: Mystery
Pub. Date: 06/24/2008
Publisher: Minotaur Book
Format: E-book
Pages: 320
ISBN#: 1429988819

Profiler Sarah Armstrong knows what it’s like to be in a sticky situation. As a single mother and one of the few female Rangers in Texas history, she has had to work twice as hard to rank among the best cops in the Lone Star State. But when megawealthy businessman Edward Lucas III is found murdered along with his mistress, their bodies posed in grotesque ways, Sara quickly senses that this will be the deadliest case of her career. While others focus the investigation on Lucas’s estranged wife, Sarah disagrees and hunts a suspect only she believes in. Yet nothing in her career could have prepared her for the horror of a young man who believes he has been sent from heaven to massacre innocent people. When Sarah picks up on the killer’s elusive trail, following his scent all over Texas, the psychopath makes her his next target. And as Sarah closes in, the madman sets his sights on all she holds dear.  Singularity features a feisty, funny, and tough heroine and a truly creepy killer, as it races along to a chilling and unexpected climax.  

My Review:  
Well I will not go into much detail in to this review. Mostly that I just could not really get into reading it. Maybe due to some of the details and just plainly the way it just didn't flow for me. 

Please don't take it the wrong way, I do love a good mystery, but just could not follow this one. This is my feelings and thoughts, yours maybe different. I would recommend that you pick it up and try yourself. But for me it will not stay on my shelf to try again.

I will how ever try later to pick up some other book written by author Kathryn Casey to see if I can follow some thing else of hers. I do like to try and give authors at the least two tries. 

But for this one I will be giving a Breath of Life rating of:

THREE Clock Rating!

Disclosure: I did not receive this book for my honest opinion and review. But these opinions are my own and yours may differ. 

About the Author: 

 I'm an immigrant to Texas from the upper Mid-west, but I moved here in the early eighties so I consider myself a naturalized Texan. Houston is an amazing place to live, exciting and full of life. I'd recommend it to anyone.
I ventured into true crime writing purely by accident. I was working at Houston City Magazine in the eighties when a fascinating murder took place in the Big Thicket, the wide expanse of pine forests that meld Texas and Louisiana. My editor suggested I cover the case. I did and, from that point on, I was hooked. I've never looked back. Since then, I've written six true crime books: "A Warrant to Kill," is on Houston's Kent McGowen case, that of a murderous deputy and the woman he terrorized. Next came "She Wanted It All," on Austin's incredible Celeste Beard case. It's hard to beat that one for twists and turns! 2007 introduced "Die My Love." It's an account of the Piper Rountree case, that of a Houston attorney and her professor ex-husband, Fred Jablin. The book is a fascinating, in-depth look at a train-wreck marriage that ended in a tragic murder.
June 2008 debuted "A Descent into Hell," on Austin's bizarre Colton Pitonyak case. Then, that November, "Evil Beside Her," a rerelease of "The Rapist's Wife," my first book, with a new title, cover, photos and an update. Last year, "Shattered" hit bookstores, an account of the tragic case of Belinda Temple, a young mother murdered by her football star husband.
My foray into fiction began in 2009 with the birth of a mystery series featuring Texas Ranger Sarah Armstrong, a single mom, investigator and profiler. The series started with "Singularity," followed by "Blood Lines," and "The Killing Storm." All the books have garnered stellar reviews, and the third was named a best book of 2010 by Library Journal.
There's been little publicity for any of my work, so it's all word-of-mouth. Yet that's carried "A Warrant to Kill" into a ninth printing and "She Wanted It All" into a seventh. "The Killing Storm" was only out for a few months when it went into a third printing. Truly remarkable!
The credit goes to all of you who read the books and recommend them to friends and family. Keep up the good work! Spread the word! It's appreciated! I'm not sure how often I'll check in here, but you can always peruse my website:, to keep abreast of upcoming events and new books. And email me at I'll look forward to it!


Paula Rose said...

Kim your reviews have been so spot on that I added your Breath of Life button to my blog!

The header says, "Looking for a great Christian book reviewer? Visit Breath of Life!"

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Rev. Kim Justice said...

Oh My.. Thanks Paula Rose.. appreciate that so much.

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