“Bill doubted that anything they’d found would do much good. The murderer was too purposeful, too methodical. This whole scene had been laid out with a certain sick style that set him on edge.” (Locations 186-188) Continue reading
I am interested to see how an author approached this sort of genre without bad language and violence, while ensuring that the story remains intriguing.
“The pteromantyl was about four feet long with large bat-like wings and olive green skin. Its legs were bird like, bending backwards at the knees. Its arms, torso and face were like a human’s, but with a beak for a nose and its head was pointed in the back with horse-like ears. It looked half human and half pterodactyl.”
– Pteromantyls (Locations 235-238) Continue reading
This was one of those “you might like” Amazon suggestions, and how right they were! I have never heard of Blake Pierce and I see no other publications from him on his Amazon page, but I can absolutely say that I am waiting, with bated breath, for the second installment of this series. Continue reading
I’m a fan of all things murder mystery. Jana Deleon and Melissa Miller being two great additions to the genre, keeping their writing fast and witty. I was hoping that Andrea Drew would complete my trinity of sleuth writers but alas, she is not The One. I can see what the anticipated outcome was for this book but Drew failed to reach the mark.