The Hangman’s Soliloquy

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He thought the worst was over, only to discover he was navigating a treacherous path straight into the heart of darkness.

In the aftermath of his explosive exposé, Herman Ingram believed he had escaped the clutches of a haunting past. Little did he know, the echoes of danger were far from over. Plunged into a mental tailspin, Herman becomes a recluse, haunted by his own discoveries.

Just when he thinks he’s reached the abyss, a familiar face emerges from the shadows. Greg Schultz, a former QNI executive, presents Herman with a proposition that shatters his fragile peace. A vengeful mission is underway to destroy the remaining QNI facilities, and Schultz needs Herman to chronicle the destruction.

Herman grapples with the unsettling realization that his once-enemy, Schultz, might not be as unhinged as he had initially believed. That changes after the murder of two of Schultz’s scouts shocks everyone and raises suspicions of a traitor among them. Racing against time, Herman must unmask the mole before they all fall prey to a lethal trap.

With stakes soaring and the body count rising, can Herman survive the deadly onslaught long enough to pen the harrowing tale of his life? Unravel the suspense in this heart-pounding thriller where betrayal lurks in the shadows, and every moment could be Herman’s last.

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1 review for The Hangman’s Soliloquy

  1. Tim Sanders

    A highly enjoyable follow-up to Jeb Bohn’s Bermuda.

    This book is a direct sequel, a fact that I was a little iffy on at first. I enjoy series but have had less than enjoyable experiences with sequels. Luckily, aside from continuing the story, The Hangman’s Soliloquy doesn’t come off as a “standard” sequel.

    With the events of Bermuda done, Herman Ingram returns home and falls into a lull. After being involved in such a huge undertaking, his life feels empty and he struggles with depression and anxiety. This leads him down a dark path that reunites him with an old friend.

    The Tall Man, Bermuda’s surprise protagonist, returns, making an affable inclusion into Herman’s life and story. He has been approached by Greg Schultz, a man who worked for QNI (Bermuda’s antagonist corporation) and is now bent on destroying what’s left of the company. Schultz is battling his own demons which leaves his mission in jeopardy.

    Not content to let their business be crippled, QNI’s remaining executives hire a man to protect their investments, a man whose past is muddy. As in Bermuda, bodies start mounting and the stakes are raised, leading to a final showdown.

    While I don’t feel this book is quite as good as its predecessor, I couldn’t justify rating it lower because it’s still a highly enjoyable ride. I like Mr. Bohn’s style and his portrayal of the characters, both of which serve the story well. I see he has published a third entry, so I know what I’ll be reading next.

    If you like books with action, thrills, suspense, and humor, do yourself a favor and check these books out.

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