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Saturday, October 5, 2019

Soul of Evil by M. Rice

     Viscount Nickodemus Bedlam  wants more than anything to live quietly.  Nick is not someone who enjoys interruptions, surprises or unexpected visitors.  He doesn't enjoy people of any kind.  With the money and power Nick has, he can almost control his life his way. At least he thought so.

     An amazing book! This one will make you wonder if evil could have a soul. Well crafted with characters perfect for this time of year, you don't want to miss this one. I e joyed Nick. He's larger than life and brimming with a disposition many would shy away from. Each page brings you closer to the very reason Nick exists.  This page turner is one you can't set aside.  Soul of Evil makes Satan cringe.

     I didn't find any issues.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it deserves that and more.

The Policewoman by Justin W.M. Roberts

      Sarah is the kind of policewoman every department wishes they had. She knows her job and she happens to be very good at it. When other departments need an extra set of hands, Sarah is the one sent to help.

   In this book, you'll find a very well defined plot with many surprises. The characters  are well rounded and easy to like. I enjoyed the low key opening. Mr. Roberts lures you in and before you realize it, you're half way through the book.  I can tell you, this story packs a punch. This will make an excellent gift for the reader in your family.

     I did find one issue. I don't think the training sessions are completely necessary.  They could be shortened and still get their point across. I feel the training sessions take the story off course.

     I gave this one 4 cheers out of 5 because of the above issue.  I look forward to many more books with these characters.