Book ReviewsDark Obsessions  A Kate Barnes Thriller

Dark Obsessions  A Kate Barnes Thriller

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Marie Sutro2021ISBN: 978-1-7357488-1-8Pismo Press375 pages

Who likes a mystery thriller? Marie Sutro has written a murder mystery thriller entitled ‘Dark Obsessions which is the second in her Kate Barnes series, The story carries on with the main character, a woman named Kate Barnes. Kate Barnes who is a detective, who needs time to pull herself together from another case that affected her in many ways. Kate has some personal issues that she needs to work through and a trip to the Northwest United States could be a place where answers could be found in more ways than one.

Marie has written a mystery that gives the reader quite a ride into a psychological thriller of emotions. The cover art does give the reader a sense of the territory the characters about to enter. The main character of Kate does have various dimensions and Marie brings those dimensions to light and does it well. The reader will see Kate for what she is and bring an understanding of what can go through one’s mind when dealing with past and present issues and situations. ‘Dark Obsessions’ is a page-turner that will have the reader reading to the end and savoring every aspect of this case of show and tell.

Although the story does get quite graphic it deals with real issues that exist in our world today.

If you like suspenseful psychological thrillers with a strong and well written female protagonist this might very well be the book for you.


Flawed but formidable San Francisco Police Detective Kate Barnes is forced to confront an unimaginable evil in Dark Obsessions – the highly anticipated follow-up to Marie Sutro’s bestselling and award-winning debut, Dark Associations.

Reeling from the trauma of her last case, San Francisco Police Detective Kate Barnes ventures outside Seattle into the rugged reaches of the Olympic Peninsula, hoping to heal the present by resolving the past. When the ravaged corpse of an unidentified teen is discovered, her search for personal peace takes a back seat to the quest for justice.


About the Author

Marie Sutro is an award-winning and bestselling author. In 2018, she won the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award for Best New Voice in Fiction, for her debut novel, Dark associations.

Her stories are inspired by her family’s legacy. Her father, grandfather and great-grandfather all served in the San Francisco Police Department. She resides in Northern California and is currently working on the next Kate Barnes story.

For more information, please visit www.mariesutro.comor follow the author on Twitter (@mariesutro), Instagram (@ marie.sutro) or Facebook (@mariesutro).

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