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The Devil’s Prayer by Luke Gracias is a story about a nun who commits suicide. Siobhan Russo recognizes the nun as her long lost mother, and prepares for a journey to find answers about her mother’s death. I’m conflicted in my review of this book. On one hand, the characters are believable, but on the other hand, this reads more like a research paper than a novel. There are far too many places and dates that I ended up getting lost in the details. Nothing ever got resolved, so I’m guessing there is another book to be written? If not, this book could use some serious revamping. I was highly disappointed. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
When the end came, it wasn’t zombies, asteroids, global warming or nuclear winter. It was something that escaped from a lab. Something small, and very hungry. In this one you’ll find a chunk …
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Where It Hurts by Reed Farrel Coleman is a story about Gus Murphy, a retired cop who was on top of the world until tragedy struck. He’s then approached by an ex-con seeking his help in the death of his son. This is not my usual genre, but I have to say that this was an excellent read. It was full of emotions, action, and a bit of romance. The characters were real in their actions and dialogue, which thoroughly engaged me. It had twists and turns that kept me intrigued. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.