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by Sandy DeLuca
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MizNikki rated it 5 years ago
There's a killer on the loose and Detective Lacey, a rule-bender, and her sidekick, John, are determined to bring this monster to justice. Bodies are found mutilated and they all seem to suggest Ramsey, the owner of a sexual establishment named Hell's Door.However, they can't seem to make a case aga...
mpontiff rated it 6 years ago
Detectives Lacey and John pair up to find a killer that viciously kills victims and takes their heads. Their search takes them to the bar Hell's Door which has just about every kind of perversion someone could want and then some going on inside. The longer their investigation takes, the more the bod...
runner rated it 6 years ago
Hell's Door is a fun read, a fast read with an eclectic mix of characters that adds colour and character to a serial killer investigation. A series of of gruesome murders is occurring in Providence Rhode Island. All evidence points to Ramsay Wolfe the flamboyant owner of the Hell's Door members club...
Chris' Eclectic Book Reviews
Chris' Eclectic Book Reviews rated it 6 years ago
Another great novella from Darkfuse. I find myself stopping whatever I am reading to read these on the day they are released.Hells' Door is a dark and horrific painting in a noir frame. DeLuca is a writer and a painter--or a painter who writes? Actually after having read a few of her works, I think ...
Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 6 years ago
I sat down last night to tackle this new novella. When I looked up it was after midnight and my world had been rocked.Hell's Door is a combination of police procedural and mystery, which is very different from Sandy's previous works. This is the story of Lacey, a police detective that has problems f...
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins rated it 6 years ago
If you've ever watched one of those really twisted episodes of Criminal Minds and wondered what an extended, uncensored, feature film version might look like, then this is the book for you.If you've ever enjoyed Silence of the Lambs and came away from either the book or the movie wishing it had been...
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