Book Review: The Imposter by Daniel Norrish

Publishing Date: January 2018

Publisher: BooksGoSocial

ISBN: 9781386163442

Genre: Fiction

Rating: 3.8/5

Publisher’s DescriptionHe’s taking them all, one by one, and their criminal industries of drugs, prostitution, money laundering, kidnap and armed robbery are collapsing in spectacular, immediate implosions.
This vigilante collects the cash and the final words of Australia’s most deviant criminals, and his identity is as mysterious as the way in which he hunts his victims. They cannot hide, and there is only one possible explanation for the vigilante’s omnipotence; he must be one of them. The murderer must be an imposter in their illegal organisation, and his final act in this rampage is certain to bring the whole gang to its knees.

Review: This was a fascinating read except for the fall down on who the Imposter was. I like the shifting points of view from chapter to chapter and the overall concept was executed very well. I had a great time reading this.

Spoiler Alert!!!

So, how does a hooker/junky become the imposter? Well, guess she had help from the “Cleaner” but it is never elaborated on whether he is doing the heavy lifting or if the barmaid/hooker/junky/lesbian is. Kind of a weak way to hide who the imposter is without giving any clarifications at the end.


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