Pietro believes it shouldn't be that difficult to kill his work mate. After all, his is a dangerous job. And indeed, when he's up there on the top of the wind tower, and the storm is raging, it seems everyday rules no longer apply. Yet...
The Wind Tower by Peter Rey should come with a warning for those afraid of heights...the descriptions are dizzying. Two guys climbing to the top of a wind turbine with a storm coming is nerve-racking enough, but knowing one of them has murder on his mind makes for a rather distressing suspense story.
Unfortunately, the ending leaves a LOT to be desired. It's as if the author simply stopped writing at a certain point. I think, at the very least, there should have been some kind of epiphany or closure to Pietro's inner struggle. The story seems rather pointless without a proper ending.