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Rain Will Come [PDF] ✩ Rain Will Come By Thomas Holgate – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk A thrilling page turning debut about a twisted killer and a broken cop—both with nothing to lose Paul Czarcik the longest tenured detective in the Illinois Bureau of Judicial Enforcement puts the re A thrilling page turning debut about a twisted killer and a broken cop—both with nothing to lose Paul Czarcik the longest tenured detective in the Illinois Bureau of Judicial Enforcement puts the rest of the team to shame Ruthless and riddled with vices Czarcik always gets his man And fast Until Rain Will PDF or nowA double slaying isn’t the open and shut case of urban crime he’s used to Connecting it to a high profile Texas judge Czarcik realizes something bigger is going on It’s the work of a serial killer for whom Chicago is just the beginning Now he’s inviting Czarcik to play catch me if you can on a cross country murder spreeGoing rogue Czarcik accepts the challenge But as the bodies pile up he must come to grips with the fact that nothing—not the killer the victims or the rules—is what it seems in this bloody game of cat and mouse.

10 thoughts on “Rain Will Come

  1. Liz Liz says:

    Just like The Mikado Daniel “has got a little list” of folks the world could do without So from the beginning of the book we know the identity of the serial killer and can get a certain perverse satisfaction as he doles out his peculiar form of justice Meanwhile Czarcik is the longest tenured Detective for the Illinois Bureau of Criminal Justice and is given lots of leeway to do things his way Holgate does a great job of creating both of these characters They are each very uniue individuals and it’s great fun to watch them play this game of cat and mouse Czarcik uses coke prostitutes for company not sex and smokes wherever he wants rules be damned He reminds me of the old detectives from the 1950s and 60s Daniel helps out those down on their luck It’s not all black and white here In fact Czarcik actually envies Daniel his ability to mete out justice Be prepared parts of this book are downright gruesome If you can handle that it’s a fast paced book that keeps you engrossed The big reveal at the end was obvious from early early on Holgate has written feature films and TV movies The novel reads like it’s been written with a film in mind My thanks to netgalley and Thomas Mercer for an advance copy of this book

  2. Matt Matt says:

    First and foremost a large thank you to NetGalley Thomas Holgate and Thomas Mercer for providing me with a copy of this publication which allows me to provide you with an unbiased reviewHooked by the dust jacket blurb I eagerly read this novel by Thomas Holgate which mixes a sadistic serial killer with a cop whose process is a tad unorthodox While Paul Czarcik was once a proud member of the Chicago PD his time there came to an end prematurely However he accepted a role in the Illinois Bureau of Judicial Enforcement an experimental group of detectives whose skills are a little too uniue for the CPD When a couple is found brutally tortured and murdered Czarcik takes the case He cannot understand the brutality he sees before him but there is something When he is able to see a link between this killing and the brutal murder of a judge in Texas Czarcik thinks that he may be on the path of a serial killer Meanwhile the killer one Daniel Langdon is plotting his next murder He has the files and knows his victims but must plan things effectively When not gathering the needed information for his next kill Langdon is dealing with crippling headaches all a part of the tumour that is growing inside his head When Langdon sees Czarcik is on the case he decides to pay the detective a visit Letting Czarcik in on his plan Langdon all but baits the detective to follow and catch him After Czarcik is contacted by Langdon’s wife who fills in many of the gaps they work together to find and save the ‘victims’ before their heinous acts receive the vengeance that Daniel Langdon feels is his to offer It will be a race across America to catch a killer but Czarcik has nothing to lose A twisted story that pulls the reader in on many levels as Holgate entertains throughout Recommended to those who love a police procedural that follows none of the rules as well as the reader who enjoys something a little gruesome than the usual crime thrillerI always love reading a new author and discovering that their work is right up my alley I find that Thomas Holgate writes in such a way that I cannot help but want in short order The detailed writing is not only helpful in building up the crimes but creates a series of wonderful characters the reader will enjoy throughout the novel Paul Czarcik seems uite the odd character as the novel begins with his penchant for cocaine and his predilection for escorts whom he pays to have deep conversations However the detective has deep rooted connections to his work and seems always to find the uniue approaches to solving crimes As the novel progresses the reader sees much growth in Czarcik both in the current day narrative and the flashback case from his time as a CPD officer One can hope Holgate will be able to create a series from this and that reader can see Czarcik growth Other characters prove as enticing and curious as the protagonist all of whom help the story develop and the narrative move at a uick pace The story has some typical police procedural aspects as well as great uniueness which sets Holgate apart The reader can bask in both worlds and determine what they think of the overall presentation With a mix of mid to full length chapters the story progresses slowly but never lacks the momentum to fully enthral in a mystery where both good and evil are known throughout playing a game of cat and mouse that will leave only one winner or perhaps two strong losers Thomas Holgate is an author to watch and I have added him to my literary radarKudos Mr Holgate for this fabulous debut I will ensure the world knows all about your work and cutting styleLovehate the review? An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons a different sort of Book Challenge

  3. Carole Carole says:

    Rain Will Come by Thomas Holgate is a first novel but the author’s writing experience of films and television movies and series shines through in this mystery Paul Czarcik a senior detective with the Illinois Bureau of Judicial Enforcement is investigating a double murder when he realizes that this crime shares similarities with the murder of a judge in Texas This leads him to believe he is on the trail of a serial killer His investigation will take him to other states in pursuit of the killer in the hope of preventing future murders and trying to detect how he selects his victims This murder mystery is fast paced the characters are well developed and the storyline is original Suspense increases with every page Highly recommended Thank you to Thomas Mercer and NetGalley for the e ARC in exchange for an honest review

  4. Ankit Garg Ankit Garg says:

    Rain Will Come by Thomas Holgate is a fast paced crime thriller It is about how the infamous detective our protagonist catches up with the serial killerIt is a run of the mill cat and mouse story with encounters between the participants that keep happening throughout the raceThe character build up is excellent Both the protagonist and the antagonist are shown in good as well as bad lightI liked how his intuition guides the protagonist time and again to point in the right direction Although I did expect the author to give a rational explanation behind it to make it believableWarning alert The prose contains a lot of violent and descriptively gruesome scenes So if you are not up for that kind of thing you might want to give it a passDisclaimer Thanks to the author and the publisher for the ARCVerdict RecommendedDetailed review can be read here

  5. Eileen Eileen says:

    4 starsThis was a pretty good twist on the whole catch the serial killer crime thriller as you know from the beginning who the killer is and it's about the motivations of not only the killer but the detective who has decided to pursue him The detective himself is deeply flawed and works outside of the lines but he still has a strong conviction of what true evil is As the story develops you find out some things about his own past as a rookie cop that helps you understand some of the conflicts that he's working through as he races to stop the killer The victims of the serial killer add another dimension to this cat and mouse game as you have to decide whether they deserve what is happening to them I found this book to be very interesting and well written and was surprised to find out that this was a debut novel Some of the violence in this book was a bit hard to read as it was fairly graphic but I think it fit with the story There was also an element of romance in this story that I'm still deciding if it was necessarybelievable but it did help wrap up the story at the end In many ways this book reminded me of film noir and I think it could make a very good movie depending on how they handle the graphic scenes Overall I very much enjoyed this book and couldn't wait to find out how it would end I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a good thrillercrime novel doesn't mind a little bit of violence and finds deeply flawed protagonists to be interesting Because despite his faults I did like Detective Czarcik Thanks to #NetGalley #ThomasHolgate and #ThomasMercer for this ARC in exchange for an honest review

  6. Linda Linda says:

    Chicago in itself is a detective storyRain Will Come caught my attention for that very reason Who wouldn't want to gravitate toward big time crime a wayward aging detective a Dr JekyllMr Hyde serial killer and some brutal goings on in the Windy City?I would I did And now I'm not so sureThomas Holgate lays out his main character of Detective Paul Czarcik like a beefy cut of Chicago's finest on a crusty roll He's Old School on the other side of fifty and still drives around in a Crown Victoria In his back pocket is a Blackberry relic and his coffee breaks consist of Cutty Sark and a line of cocaine now and then He works for the Illinois Bureau of Judicial Enforcement and his boss is trying to get him to retireCzarcik is called up in the middle of the night to check out a double murder crime scene One of the victims has a dead chicken around her neck Not your usual murder attire Czarcik is assigned to the case and soon finds a thread that will connect these deaths to someone on a crime spree that will make your jaw drop But here's where Holgate loses me What starts out as a snarky detective story soon flips over to the burnt side of the road He wades too deeply into the shock and awe of a psychological thriller that gets lost in graphic descriptors rather than with a well honed storyline It's the gore that he's after and he's obsessed with his views on timely social topics I've read enough thrillers and horror genres to fill a Chicago warehouse Nothing shocks me but this will be a DNF to many many readers when they arrive at this juncture in the story Oh so not necessary Work on the potholes in this road Holgate and re think the future of the great possibility you have in the character of Paul CzarcikI received a copy of this book through NetGalley for an honest review My thanks to Thomas Mercer and to Thomas Holgate for the opportunity

  7. Louise Wilson Louise Wilson says:

    35 stars rounded up to 4Paul Czarcik is the Detective trying to find a vicious serial killer They've already killed two people The serial killer is a vigilante out to get justice for people who can't get it for themselves Paul isn't your average Detective He drinks takes drugs and hires escorts just to talk to them He's also near the end of his career The vigilante killer is dying and wants to revenge on some people before he diesThis story is told from the serial killer and Paul Czarcik point of view Paul works for the Bureau of Judicial Enforcement The book is uite graphic so this might not be suitable for some readers The pace is fast ut I did not like any of the characters There was something addictive about the story though A good cat and mouse chase thriller thats well written Really good debut novel I will look out for this author in futureI would like to thank NetGalley Random House UK Cornerstone and the author Thomas Holgate for my ARC in exchange for an honest review

  8. Tahera Tahera says:

    Someday a real rain will come and wash all this scum off the streetsMade my point? Come on Detective Must we continue this charade? We both know I have no point to make That's why you find me so infuriating He jacked his thumb at the priest And why I'm so dangerous to monsters like these I'm not a product of some childhood trauma whom you could stop if only you could get me to come to terms with my past I don't have some psychosis that you can address with rational thought nor religious delusions to which you can appeal through the vagaries of faith No unfortunately for you and him and all of them I just have an insatiable urge to punish those who deserve itAll of us are virtually powerless to change our natures We can pretend anything we want but in the end we are who we are Daniel motioned to the priest but continued talking to Czarcik Now what separates you and me from him from that is that our sense of right and wrong moral and immoral is stronger than our basest urges We may think but we don't act It's the difference between mad men and well menThe thing that stands out in this book is that unlike other crime thrillers dealing with serial killers the reader already knows who the killer is from the start So the plot is not so much about Paul Czarick a detective working for the Illinois Bureau of Criminal Justice trying to figure out who the killer is but trying to stay one step ahead of the killer to prevent him from killing his next target Paul is both brilliant and a rogue He has a very unorthodox way of solving crimes and he reuires his daily dosage of drink drugs cigarettes and conversations with prostitutes to get his detective juices flowing He is the only person to connect two seemingly separate gruesome murders together as the work of one person which leads the killer in uestion Daniel Langdon to pay him a visit Later through his wife Langdon basically hands over to Paul all the information about the murders he still has to commit and invites him to a game of 'Catch Me If You Can' Daniel Langdon is a vigilante of sorts who has taken it upon himself to become judge jury and executioner to those people who under the garb of being respectable citizens have crossed all limits of being vile He is dying and feels that this is one way he can serve mankindby removing a few people who are an insult to mankind and humanity Although his idea of doling out justice is very bloody and gruesome there is a perverse sense of satisfaction from reading about it because we know that those vile people deserve everything that Langdon puts them through Even Paul who is hell bent on stopping Langdon  at one point begrudgingly envies Langdon his freedom to mete out justice the way he does Even though both Paul and Langdon are at opposite ends of the justice line we feel a sense of respect each have for the other in different circumstances these two could have been great friends Fast paced and engrossing with well etched out characters this is a brilliant debut by the author Thomas Holgate who prior to this book has written for feature films and television shows This book reads like it could be made into a good thriller movie The only drawback for me was the ending because it felt very rushed and was anti climacticMy thanks to NetGalley the publisher Thomas and Mercer and the author Thomas Holgate for the e Arc of the book

  9. CYIReadBooks CYIReadBooks says:

    RivetingSomeday a real rain will come and wash all this scum off the streetsI'm that rainWith nothing to lose a self made vigilante sets out to exact revenge on the perpetrators that hobbled maimed and abused their innocent victims and got away with their crimes It's up to Detective Czarcik to apprehend this vigilante but does Czarcik really want that? After all those monsters deserved what they gotA tour de force of a novel Five stars Thanks to First Reads for an early copy of the book

  10. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    Because I love this author's style so intensely I considered giving this a five But the ending was too much closing a complete circle for me It was nearly a perfect and rather original posit until that point I wish he would have left it hanging in the air a tiny bit I've only come across this motive for euations about 2 or 3 times before in my 65 plus years of reading And I have always wondered why it isn't set as framing to books in this genre Which is not only who dun it or mystery or copperdetective etc at all And than psychological at that but also primal character study Especially with medicine being able to give the level of prognosis to so many people as realistically as it now does post about 2010Well this one I recommend It is far far from cozy It's the opposite But the darkness as vile horrific and detailed as it is is also seated within morality And not the present day's which is relative morality and subjective everything But in the kind of morality that has 10 Commandments not 10 Suggestions And for which evil of amorality could also be centered in revenge or payback in increasing retribution for hurt It also holds foul language and some succinct flashbacks to former eras 1985 is one But other than a few weirdly placed you'd think when you are reading them only switches in eyes it is generally chronological And intense This is one where I uite literally could not put it down It was read all within one day despite 2 other appointmentsI believe it is his first and I'll read others for sure What I adored was the way he introduced and included 100's of timely details into every sentence or clause of speech And not in the commercial or advertising meme way either like a Stephen King does for instance But within this framework Chicago especially is vibrantly alive And also geographically and nuance exact to the flavor And all the travel areas are bottom line JUST AS THEY ARE And I've been to every single one ironically Even the Jimson of East Tennessee Also this was IMMENSELY retro in about 4 or 5 categories that I will not name Find out for yourself The eyes were not ones who suffer fools either nor will there be woke offensive proclivities of ANY SORT The you know about the USA in its reality since 1950 or so the better off you will be Not what media and trending will tell you at all either in 2020 A miserable and vapidly negative and deluding attitude to past true history is so alive and well presently And it is NOT only Burma Shave or Wonder Bread sign variety either in flashback memory style for cutesy inclusion Some of you who read that will not know what I've referencing in this sense And age might not be the only factor in that eitherHe's fabulous at locale feel An absolute 5 or even 6 at it Daniel was well done but just a bit too much a type of serial killer Comic character called The Avenger for my taste? I sure know how to pronounce our seeker's last name If you have strong stomach and enjoy cat and mouse to the extreme I recommend

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