Jacqueline Willoughby is a book about a serial killer on the loose in Birmingham, Alabama, who appears to be motivated to right wrongs upper class, well- known citizens have committed against others. The murders seem to be inspired by the Ten Commandments and an old book; each victim is found with something in the mouth and/or hand stating in a single word the sin for which they were killed. I think the story and characters hold great promise, and would like to see the story and characters developed more, and the tale expanded from a novella to a novel. Maybe from time to time in the story, just a glimpse of the vigilante executioner (not revealing too much-- just a scene from time to time), throughout the story, giving us a brief look as to what the killer is thinking, etc, without letting the reader know the killer's identity. I think that would add to it as well. I would like to thank Mr. Schuyler for allowing me to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
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