Hidden Deep Within

Hidden Deep WithinThis Dark, Psychological Mystery Reveals The Deeply Disturbed Mind Of A Reclusive Young Man, Named Jessup Pinch Confused And Living On The Street At Seventeen, Jessup S Life Takes A Turn When He S Hired To Work As A Janitor In A Large Downtown Building, And Secretly Offered A Home In A Small Room In The Dark Basement Of The Same Building Hidden From Society, He Forms An Attachment To The Building, Believing It Will Protect Him He Incorporates The Building Into His Dreams Of A Successful Life, A Wealthy Life, One Which Will Allow Him To Forget The People Who Have Hurt Him In The Past However, His Emotional State Is Strained When He Encounters A Woman Who Works In The Building And Who Reminds Him Of The Cruel Mother He S Trying To Forget Thoughts Of Revenge And Retaliation Begin To Invade His Inner Most Thoughts Homicide Detectives Ted And Shelly McKinney Encounter The Strangely Pitiful Jessup Pinch While Investigating A Rash Of Murders They Both Wonder Why This Seemingly Harmless Young Man Seems To Be Entangled In Each Step Of Their Investigation Will They Discover The Truth Will Jessup Ever Be Free Of His Demons Captivating Original StoryI was given, The Building, as a gift in exchange for my review Ms Matelson brings a fresh and exciting writing talent to mysteries and thrillers The storyline was well thought out and kept my attention I didn t want to put the book down The characters were well developed and Ms Matelson brought each one to life Just when I
I received this book as an e book from the author in exchange for a honest review I wasn t disappointed in reading it I liked it a lot ,so much that I read it in one sitting I liked the variety of characters in it It was a well written book I look forward to reading books by this author. Mystery crime thriller enthusiasts would love Gail Matelson s The Building.Everything about it was so fluid It was so easy to read.At the same time, I couldn t help but think of it as a concrete whole Everything about it was well developed Every element contributed to the
I was fortunate to receive a copy of Hidden Deep Within from Gail Matelson as a gift I really enjoyed reading the eBook version of the book I recommend that you treat yourself to some mystery, as well as psychological murders. Not a thrillerThe plot was absurd, dialog tortured, words wrongly used Mt favorit sentence was, he curled up on his bed, parallellized Was the author kidding Everyone has at least one person they d like to take revenge on, but just how easy is it At the beginning of this book Jessup Pinch is living in the basement of Stanton Building where he works as a janitor Mary Munson works in the same building She arranges fund raising parties for her charity, Assistfund, and is constantly on the look out for hosts with suitable houses Jessup and Mary s paths cross with far reaching consequences for both of them The author has created an intriguing character in Jessup Haunted by his difficult childhood and obsessively plotting against those who have wronged him, Jessup follows a strict routine avoiding all human contact No matter how long it takes to achieve his goals, his single mindedness leads him down a path from which he cannot deviate Mary Munson is another interesting character She s abrupt, bad tempered, impatient and selfish Neither Jessup nor Mary are sympathetic characters but they are totally believable and pu
A woman agrees to host a funding raising party, but a terrible crime leads to a police investigation I found the storyline really gripping unpredictable and the characters were believable in particular the emotionally tortured central character s single minded desire for revenge The writing was generally good, but in a couple of places I found the jumping between scenes people time periods broke up the narrative, there was some tellin
First book I think from this author Evident that a lot of work had went into book Quite a good story but I felt it lacked characters that I cared about I will read another book by this author to see how her writing develops.