Thrillers are not my favorite genre. This isn’t to say I don’t read them on occasion and even find them worth recommending from time to time. I recommend this one to people who do read this genre because there is plenty of excitement to keep the story moving and interesting, but more importantly there is an underlying message that isn’t preached, but can be discerned if one listens for it.
Cute blue-eyed little girl, mysteriously appears to a dying man. No explanation as to where she came from or how she got there, but there she is and that is just the beginning of mysteries. Things happen when she is around, unexplained things.
Fearless is what I’d call a supernatural thriller. It has two characters that the book’s storyline rest upon. The cute blue-eyed little girl (Louisa) and the serial killer (Mitch). Since no one can explain how the girl came to be where she was, she is placed in the care of Jim and Amy to foster until her family can be found. They call her Louisa because that is the name she remembers. Just Louisa. Mitch is befriended by a Christian couple who try to heal the wounds he has carried for too long. Mitch has other ideas and looks for healing in his own way.
If you enjoy the thriller genre, then I believe you will want to read this book. If you are unwilling to read books that have multiple murders described with some detail, then you would be better reading something else like Mike’s book, ‘A Thousand Sleepless Nights‘ which he wrote under the pen name Michael King.