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text 2017-11-15 14:50
No sequel?!
Flesheaters and Bloodsuckers Anonymous - H.C. Hammond

 

That was a fun little romp about a vampire getting caught feeding and thrown in jail.

The feds show up and offer an undercover deal.

Join a group therapy to try to become 'normal' again and find out what happens to the 'graduates' or starve to death in jail and/or be toasted.

Enough gore for those so minded, but I don't think enough to gross too many readers out.

 

But what happened to the slug?

 

What do you mean 3?!

and it ends.

and I can't find a book 2.

Rude, I tell you, RUDE!

 

 

 

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text 2017-11-01 13:57
The Winter Prince - Elizabeth Wein

 

An odd retelling of bits of King Arthur legend.

 

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text 2017-10-20 14:57
The Pied Guitarist
Ratcatcher - V.J. Chambers

 

A creepy loose modern retelling (sorta) of The Pied Piper of Hamelin.

I thought it was going to be cheesy, but it actually turned out to be very good.

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text 2017-10-18 02:07
Halloween Bingo: Demon
Demon - Erik Williams

 

A fallen angel escapes his prison but can only stay free if he possesses a human host by driving out the human soul.

Chaos, madness, and mayhem occur if there are other humans close by during the battle for the body.

However, he can't go too far because a body without the soul falls apart fast.

 

 

 

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text 2017-10-15 14:32
Halloween Bingo: Amateur sleuth
Deadly Gamble (A Charlie Parker Mystery #1) - Leslie Lenz,Connie Shelton

 

We're drowning in minutiae here.

And the solving of the mystery is not particularly exciting.

The couple parts that could have thrown a nice twist into the works were glossed over, on seemed to be added just because.

 

Maybe because she's an accountant, even though she works for a PI, and they're supposed highly detail oriented, right?

Geez, 2 cliches in a row.

 

Because they were mean?

Seriously?

 

I managed to get through it, but I'm reminded of one of the reasons I don't read a lot of mysteries.

 

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