Sunday, October 13, 2013

Book Review of NIGHT CHILL

Jack Tremont runs from his past, hoping to start fresh with his family and moves them to Western Maryland .  But things turn sour for him.  A psycho-weirdo, Nate Huckley, is after Jack's daughter Sarah and soon she goes missing. Jack's wife thinks he has abducted his daughter and no one is buying the story of a conspiracy of epic proportions and an evil as old as time.  The story is a page turner to the last page.

Jeff Gunhus' book kept my interest and reminded me of a young Stephen King. The story line was detailed and gripping, although I think a little tightening at some places would help. Another issue I had was not really feeling grounded in the Western Maryland setting.  But the supernatural thriller is still well worth a read. I give it four thumbs-up.

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