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Ve ex girlfriend bursts back into their lives wielding a secret about Rosemary’s family that she exploits to force the couple into investigating the execution style slaying of her lover The case thrusts Atticus and Rosemary headlong into the world of human trafficking and drug smuggling while rendering them pawns in Tijuana The Black Song Inside by Carlyle Clark and Suki Michelle focuses on two recently engaged private investigators Atticus and Rosemary who find themselves up to their necks in it involved with the Tijuana drug cartelSet in San Diego their story begins with Atticus old flame asking for his help solving the execution style murder of her boyfriend Unfortunately for our protagonists this puts them in direct sight of some very dangerous people all of whom will stop at nothing to get what they or their very powerful bosses wantMeanwhile both our leading roles have their own problems to deal with Atticus had a traumatic childhood and grew up as an African American dealing with a lot of bigotry whilst Rosemary had a dysfunctional family an aggressive violent brother and a tour in Ira that left her with PTSD and a missing right leg as well as panic attacks when she gets behind the wheelTogether they must try to solve the murder figure out who s after them and why try to survive the entire Tijuana Crime Cartel as well as various other threats baying for their blood and keep their relationship together In one corner we have a man known as The Priest who has founded his own religion and is the sole member of what he calls the Church of the Aloned His only goal is to open the eyes of humanity to the farce that is civilisation in his eyes break them down and make them rely on the only thing that matters instinct He has no mercy and cares for no one The entire Bible of the Church of Aloned consists of a map he found as a child soldier in the jungles of Colombia with the words Beyond Here Be Monsters scrawled on the edge which he took to heartThe big players in the cartel itself are Armando Villanueva Lieutenant to the head of the cartel Ferdinand Del Castillo who himself runs the entire drug empire for Tijuana Cartel Aside from these threats we also have Rosemary s angry brother who happens to have his own gang Los Lobos Locos gunning for Atticus blood out of pure hate of the manOut of all the antagonists I found The Priest the most terrifying Whereas the rest of them are doing it for money power or hate The Priest is simply doing it out of obsession It s clear he s not completely on the rails but how far off them is unclear He has the same masochistic rituals that are reminiscent of the priest from the Da Vinci Code He scrubs himself down with pumice and does intense exercises that he calls worshipping The character himself is very different from the Da Vinci Code priest though apart from both being religious fanatics who seems to have a thing for SMThe story starts off slowly and begins to pick up pace building and tension as we reach the end There are many different plots going on at once so some get sidelined a little at times but they are all brought crashing together for the finaleThe ending itself is well done full of seat gripping tension and with an ambiguousness that leaves you not completely at easeA great thriller murder mystery novel for anyone who isn t turned away by violence bad language or the gritty realism that comes from telling a story filled with drug rings human trafficking and murderDisclaimer This book was given to me by the authors This is not a sponsored review All opinions are 100% my own

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The Black Song Inside

Cartel captain Armando Villanueva’s bloody bid to take over the cartelThe Black Song Inside is a vivid crime thriller rife with murder and madness melded with gallows humor and the heroism of two flawed and compelling protagonists who if they can save themselves may learn the nature of redemption and the ability to forgive Anyone who knows me knows also how much I love reading If I find a book to be truly special it will be finished within a matter of hours or two days the latest Unfortunately I did struggle to stay focused on reading this book as initially I was not gripped The characters of Atticus and Rosemary a couple who also worked together as Private Investigators had some good features and character developments it just took too long for them to come out I would also have liked to have seen development of the other characters in the book as I found the first few chapters to be a little here there and everywhere But then we got into the nitty gritty when the Tijuana drug cartel were confronted and the real action began This was the wow moment where I was finally hookedChapter 40 onwards I d say The true character development started to happen for me anyway and some action and suspense left me wanting I found the plot interesting with a few twists and turns Claire s character Atticus ex was a nice touch As well as her drug dealing pimp boyfriend Delacroix And of coursethe Priest But I would have liked a bit on the character development front to keep me glued to the pagesDon t get me wrong it was a good book to read The story itself included suspense a love story and some badass fighting which did captivate at momentsit just didn t grip me throughout and that was disappointing I did however enjoy the ending which left me asking will we be seeing Atticus and Rosemary again I suspect we willThis of course is only my opinion and perhaps others will enjoy the book a little than I did I gave it 3 stars because I felt it is definitely worth a read and others may have a different opinion Booklovers have a variety of likes dislikes and unfortunately this teetered somewhere in the middle for me Maybe the next time I read about Atticus and Rosemary I won t be able to put it downThe Black Song Inside

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Atticus Wynn and Rosemary Sanchez newly engaged private investigators have seen the dark and violent side of life Nothing though has prepared them for an explosive murder investigation that threatens to tear their relationship apart as they struggle to solve a case that could leave them in prison or deadAtticus’s manipulati Clark s vivid yet fluid descriptions bring this world to life in a rather dark manner Through this the author shrouds the entire tale in darkness drawing his audience in alongside his characters The interconnectedness throughout really makes the story itself chilling Clark s storytelling is mildly reminiscent of James Patterson gets uite intense and fast paced the further you get into it Clark brings together a multicultural meltingpot of characters to round out his story I appreciated how Clark s writing varied slightly depending on the characters that he was writing about it served to highlight various aspects of their lives and personalities He also has dialogue chalk full of racial and territorial slang that serves to set characters up in groups based on their thoughts actions and lot in life It gives you real insight into a variety of characters Overall this is a very well put together in depth story that makes you think It was extremely well written if a little hard to get into Please note that I received this novel free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review


10 thoughts on “The Black Song Inside

  1. says:

    First things first I need to mention I received this book from Goodreads giveaways Atticus Wynn a PI in San Diego agreed to take a case for his former girlfriend it was an offer he could not refuse; he was basically blackmailed into this as she had some very damaging knowledge about his partner and current girlfriend Rosemary Sanchez It took less than a day after this for the events to spin out of control he was framed by the po

  2. says:

    Clark’s vivid yet fluid descriptions bring this world to life in a rather dark manner Through this the author shrouds the entire tale in darkness drawing his audience in alongside his characters The interconnectedness throughout really makes

  3. says:

    THE BLACK SONG INSIDE by Carlyle Clark is an interesting MysteryThriller A crime thriller that is fast paced and filled with murder human trafficking drug smuggling manipulation redemption forgiveness and heroism Oh and a psycho calle

  4. says:

    This book is worth reading just for the writing alone But on top of that the storyline and characters are so compelling it's hard to put down If you like vivid description well crafted characters and a dark intriguing story

  5. says:

    Terrific bookI read another book Children From Dark Places by Mr Clark Since I had thoroughly enjoyed that book I looked to see what else he had written Both books had great stories romance along with plenty of humor Atticus sounds like someone I would have enjoyed meeting and Rosemary's character should make women proud Can't wait to read by Mr Clark

  6. says:

    The Black Song Inside by Carlyle Clark and Suki Michelle focuses on two recently engaged private investigators Atticus and Rosemary who find themselves up to their necks in it involved with the Tijuana drug cartelSet in San Diego their story begins with Atticus' old flame asking for his help solving the execution style murder of her

  7. says:

    Original review here Black Song Inside is a crime thriller that really grabbed my attention from the get go I don't normally read books like this but I am glad at jumped at the chance We follow a couple named Atticus and Rosemary They are both private investigators so they have seen their fair share or chaos But

  8. says:

    About The BookAtticus Wynn and Rosemary Sanchez newly engaged private investigators have seen the dark and violent side of life Nothing though has prepared them for an explosive murder investigation that threatens to tear their relationship apart as they struggle to solve a case that could leave them in prison or deadAtt

  9. says:

    Anyone who knows me knows also how much I love reading If I find a book to be truly special it will be finished within a matter of hours or two days the latest Unfortunately I did struggle to stay focused on reading this book as initially I was not gripped The characters of Atticus and Rosemary a couple who also worked together as Private I

  10. says:

    REVIEWWarning If street lingo bothers you then I would advise you not to read this book It gets kind of rough in places Street gangs Drug trafficking child abductions and a PI firm run by a Latina woman and an American Black who are engaged