Monday, February 27, 2012

  • Book Review of Demon's Night, A Jason Dark Supernatural Mystery by Guido Henkel

    Bizarre deaths in the fog-shrouded streets of Victorian London!

    A string of unnaturally desiccated and decaying bodies sets the ghost hunter, Jason Dark, on the trail in search of a demon hellbent on spreading chaos and catastrophe throughout the city!
    Can the ghost hunter stop the devilish fiend who is determined to wreak more death and destruction than his even more ominous Father?

    Filled with enough mystery, drama and suspenseful action to transport you to the sinister streets of gaslit Whitechapel, the digs of Jack the Ripper, your encounter with the extraordinary awaits.

    “Demon’s Night” is a 24,500 word dime novel, the equivalent of about 95 book pages.

    Review 5 out of 5

    Jason Dark is a ghost hunter in Victorian London, who becomes involved when a string of unnaturally desiccated and decaying bodies are found. He finds out that a Demon is hellbent on spreading chaos and destruction throughout the city. Can the ghost hunter stop the fiend in time?

    This is a short story, but boy it doesn't lack action, mystery and suspense! I absolutely loved it! I hadn't read any of Guido's books before, and I am truly sorry that I haven't! The pace is fast and furious and kept me wondering what would happen next. I am definitely going to read more of his Jason Dark stories! I think that this author is seriously underrated and I hope that everyone reading this review will take heed and have a look at his work. I highly recommend this book if you like mystery, action, adventure and the supernatural. - Lynn Worton
  • No Goodreads blurb available at time of publishing, jeez that sounds so cool.  The time of publishing part.

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