Armando Lucas Correa


5 stars from Goodreads!

Ashley Reel: "Brilliant perspective taking for such a unique character. Tragic. Dark. Gritty."

Random Books: "This is definitely going to be one of my top reads of 2023. We all know Correa can write a great historical fiction novel, but this is proof that he may be even better at thrillers! Correa had me riveted from the start! I love books like that."

Karin Neal: "This book was so intriguing. I must say this author should keep writing thrillers. The way he built the characters made u feel as if you were in their world and the ending left me with my jaw on the floor. What an amazing read. Cant wait for the next one."

Karen Cole: "Wow!! I haven't read many books that I just could not put down, but this definitely was one of them! This is the first book I have read by Armando, and now is on my favorite author list!"

Shelley Winsor: "This book! Where do I start? Superb. Let's star there! This book was superb! The writing, the pacing, the characters and oh that twist at the end!"

Connie Wilson: "Book is wicked with lots of twist & turns. The ending will surprise you."

Brandy: "Left me on edge throughout the book."

Julia: "This is one of the best books I've read all year. I couldn't stop myself from devouring it instantly. While the author was already an accomplished writer of historical fiction, this is his first thriller and it's nothing short of incredible."

Joan: "I LOVED this story! I mean there are only so many subjects one can usually find in a psychological thriller...and then the authors take off on their handling and twists and turns. But THIS book is completely different from the start than any thriller I've ever read. And for that reason alone it had me glued to the pages from page one."

Rachel the Page-Turner: "This has a lot of elements: thriller, horror, mystery, crime - but it ends with a suspenseful shock. Actually, a few shocks. This was a completely quirky and unexpectedly good read, and I’m so glad the author was able to get it published outside of their regular genre."