At first blush, Fearce's "Mine" reads like hard-boiled, true crime fiction. Then the plot thickens deliciously when the claw hammer-wielding impulses of a "loving husband" surface, belying the cozy kitchen-nook domesticity of the first scene. Electrifying
A territorial psychotherapist must find the murderer hunting his patients before the police pin the crimes on him.
Matt engages you immediately in an immersive, nightmarish dreamscape. Is the protagonist gripped by a terrible premonition? Or is he already trapped in a grisly apocalypse, where tentacled creatures eat your insides like candy? I can't wait to find out!
Tragedy swallows an idyllic small town when a boy is found dead atop the local lighthouse. While hunting for his killer, a young detective who harbors her own destructive secret discovers a threat that could unravel the very fabric of reality.
Mr. Valiquette's prose is impressively vivid and muscular. It evokes a visceral response from the reader, who happily immerses herself in the story's complex ecosystem of haunting characters.
The Deceiver’s Son can be heard. The Sword craves a hand to wield it. Ghosts of the Four threaten to swallow the world in madness. When conscience clashes with loyalty, and faith with truth, even an outcast can bring the world to its knees.