Publication date: October 31st 2019
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Thriller
A thrilling introduction to the dark mystical world of Melanie ‘Breaker’ Perkiss, Buffalo NY’s most capable witch hunter and spell lifter.
In this debut instalment, a dark mage acting on behalf of a vengeful ex has magically removed the genitals of a man and vanished, leaving him wiped clean down there. And unfortunately for the victim, he is set to wed…now imagine saying ‘I do’ while in that deprived state.
No wonder when a shell-shocked and heartbroken Casey walks into Melanie’s office to report the incident, the witch hunter immediately goes on a chase, risking her own life as she encounters dark creatures and malevolent spirits in the city’s darkest corners.
The pressure is indeed on Mel: the wedding is fast approaching and leads remain few. Will she be able to corner the mage, recover the taken goods and save a doomed marriage, while bringing the conspirators to justice?
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I do love to write a lot, but truth be told, I am also an avid reader. And in that pursuit, my choices in fiction span the gamut from romance to thrillers.
That said, below are the top five books that I have checked out and enjoyed in recent weeks.
#1. Origin, by Dan Brown. In this thriller from the New York Times best-selling author, Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, is invited to Spain to be part of an audience for a lecture by one Edmund Kirsch, who supposedly has made a discovery that will shake all modern world religions down to their core. As bad as things would rather turn however, Kirsch is murdered that same night and it is left to Robert Langdon to search for Edmund’s discoveries and broadcast them to the whole world.
#2. Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks. This one is almost the same romance formula that you can expect from Nicholas Sparks, but it has one important element that signifies a departure from his old writing—a thriller/suspense element arising from inclusion into the plot a stalker/murderer trope. The novel’s events are as harrowing as you can expect from Nicholas
#3. Third Grave on the Right, by Darynda Jones. This is the third instalment in the Charlie Davidson series and in it, Charlie continues with her grim reaper job, just as she does with the private investigation work. Her romance with Reyes farrow continues to grow but there are some problems along the way.
#4. Gone Girl, by Gillian Flynn. A very famous and celebrated thriller from the New York Times bestselling author. In it, a wife suddenly and mysteriously vanishes just before she and her husband have celebrated their fifth anniversary. Has her husband murdered her, is the question on everyone's mind, including the police.
#5. The Maze Runner, by James Dashner. Not a bad-at-all YA/MG Sci-fi Dystopian thriller from James Dashner. A group of boys, whose memory of the world they came from apparently has been wiped, find themselves confined in a walled world, called a glade. They are exposed to all sorts of dangers but when the MC, Thomas, first makes his appearance, things are set for a thrilling, if not bloody finish.
All these titles did provide great reading satisfaction to me, and I will certainly be checking out other publications from the same authors.
Kezzy Sparks is a Toronto based author and writer. HEIST is his debut fiction in the long form. He enjoys reading as well, and lists works by Jim Butcher, Stephen King, Benedict Jacka, Dan Brown and Kevin Hearne as some of his personal favorites.
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