Extreme Malice by R E Swirsky

Extreme Malice

By R E Swirsky

  • Release Date: 2012-02-06
  • Genre: Crime & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 53 Ratings
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She was found with a guitar string still wrapped tightly around her soft neck. Eighteen year old Josh Anderson, the college boy from next door, is charged with her murder. It was his guitar string around her neck. His footprints are found inside her house. Her earring found under his bed. Donna Gardner's husband Jack was hundreds of miles away on business.
Homicide Detective Dean Daly was Jack's best friend and was suspicious even before he stepped onto the crime scene. It was a simple comment over a few beers made by Jack six months previous. A comment of how DNA evidence is so over used and over trusted these days that even he could plant DNA evidence so easily that the deeper one searched, the further from the truth the evidence would lead. And no one could ever catch him.
Dean pursues Jack while Jack insists he has nothing to do with his wife's murder. The evidence tells of a secret sexual relationship between the two lovers Donna and Josh. The trial of Josh nears, and a stranger approaches Jack with some revealing information that changes everything. He demands Jack and only Jack to take action to clear young Josh. He tells Jack that Jack must act soon or he will go public with what he knows. Jack has always known more than he has told and now faces a difficult decision that will determine the fate of young Josh and the others involved.


  • Lorna

    By lornamarg
    Great book. Could not put it down.
  • Great read, keeps pulling you in

    By Mzjds
    Read in a night, couldn't put it down. Each chapter has a new surprise to keep you interested
  • Could be good.

    By Probbo1972
    This could be a good book but I'm afraid I stopped partway through chapter 3. The editing is terrible. Spelling mistakes "their" instead of "they're", doubling adjectives in one sentence, "there would be no overnight sleep over" one character managed to look at himself and the down at Jack, while sitting on a chair?? I think the story line could be great but I like a book that flows, one that I don't have to read around grammatical errors. Have it edited properly and I would pay to read it.
  • Fantastic read

    By Yellow..
    Not my usual genre of book types but I felt the need to read it. Glad I started it because then I couldn't put it down! Clever writing with a twist... A must read.. I'm off now to find other stories by this storyteller...
  • Who done it

    By Snowdogsii
    I found it a really good read the ending was unexpected it would have been better if the author had left it to the last chapter to tell all, but otherwise really liked the book
  • Extreme Malice

    By Milton Beauty
    A fantastic read, great plot and an intriguing twist. Surprised this is a free download, I would certainly pay to read another.
  • Great read!

    By Dissy777
    This book grips you from the start, I did expect another turn of events and was not disappointed..must read it.. I'm ready for another book by this great author.