Today we take a look at the 1st book in the TITAN series by the brilliant T.J Brearton. There are currently 4 books in this series and all make for a riveting read so if you are looking for a gripping thriller why not try this one?
HABIT (Titan #1) by T.J. Brearton
Available from: Amazon
The body of a young woman is found in a remote farmhouse. Her death exposes a web of dark secrets.
Who killed Rebecca Heilshorn?
Rebecca Heilshorn, lies stabbed to death in her bed in a remote, upstate New York farmhouse. Rookie detective Brendan Healy is called in to investigate. All hell breaks loose when her brother bursts onto the scene. Rebecca turns out to have many secrets and connections to a sordid network mixing power, wealth, and sex.
Detective Brendan Healy, trying to put his demons behind him, pursues a dangerous investigation that will risk both his life and his sanity.
Habit is a compelling mystery which will appeal to all fans of crime fiction. T.J. Brearton amps up the tension at every step, until the shocking and gripping conclusion. Habit is book one of the Titan Series.
Book 1 – Habit
Book 2 – Survivors
Book 3 – Daybreak
Book 4 – Black Soul
What the readers are saying:
This book really grabbed my attention, like, I couldn’t put it down. It started out a little slow but once it got going, WOW !! Looking forward to a second book, hopefully featuring Detective Healy. Becky
While this book was written as entirely fiction, as a former prisoner extradition agent, I can tell you it is more than believable. The author did an exceptional job on keeping the reader spellbound throughout the book with scenarios without revealing the real, the complete solution to the puzzle until the very end. Well done! I will be reading more of this author’s work for sure. Sandra Skipper
Cracking good crime-thriller. I struggled a little in the first few pages, but then the story moves into gear and I was hooked. Great characters, wonderful narrative, a tad complex in places, but a great read and I would certainly like to read more from this author. Joan
This was a good book…no I’m serious…a really good mystery. It is NOT a rush through, figure it out before the end kind of thriller. The author has set the pace where you have to absorb each event the characters take you through. You can actually feel Brendan Healy’s past and current pain and anguish. You actually feel like you’re an active investigator on this case. I can’t wait to read Survivor. Kim Brown