Sunday, October 18, 2015

Night Chill by Jeff Gunhus - A supernatural mystery/thriller Five Stars!

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.  I am very glad I did!  This author's book pulled me in from the first couple of pages.  His writing is up there with a young Stephen Kind and David Koontz.  He has a little ways to go but he will be right up there with them. This book is about a creepy monster of a man who spies anthers daughter and decides he wants her and will do anything to get her.  Why he wants her so badly and why he does the things he does will be explained later in the book. It has mystery, suspense, edge of the seat bone chilling realism mixed with the supernatural.  A father's daughter is taken and the only person who could possibly have taken her as far as the police are concerned is the Father.  What he needs to do to clear his name and to try and get his daughter back while exposing some very strange and supernatural characters is quite a ride through this book.  I couldn't put it down!  I think this author is headed for great things and I recommend anyone who likes this type of book, and even if you aren't sure, to pick it up and read it. You won't be disappointed!

The description as found here: From the author of Jack Templar Monster Hunter comes a supernatural thriller for adult audiences. Jack Tremont moves his family to the quiet mountains of Western Maryland hoping to leave behind a troubled past and restart his life. Instead, he finds himself caught up in a nightmare when his daughter Sarah is targeted by Nate Huckley, a mysterious and horrifying stranger driven by a dark power that will stop at nothing to possess Sarah. When Sarah goes missing, suspicion falls on Jack and he must uncover the secrets of the small mountain town of Prescott City and face the evil secret hidden there. As he digs further, he learns the conspiracy reaches more deeply than he could have imagined. Finally, he will have to face the question, What is a father willing to do to save his child? The answer? Anything. Anything at all.