Thursday, December 8, 2011

Book Review: The Second Ward by Robert DeCoteau

This is a story about Jason. He is a young man condemned to living in a psychiatric hospital. He struggles from a reoccurring nightmare, which just might give him clues to recovering his sanity.

This story is gripping as well as horrifying. It is worse than zombies, Robert’s usual fare, it is psychological horror.

It was so compelling that it took me all of half an hour to read this story.

I think you too would enjoy it.

You can get The Second Ward at Amazom.Com  You can also check out all of Robert's work here.

Book Review: Blind Vision by Karen Fritz

A serial killer, a blind psychic, and a cop; Sounds like a set up for a bad joke, but it is a set up for a terrific book.
Losing his eyesight to a car accident gave Peter Cole a new sight. He uses this sight to help Detective Joe Carson solve a series of grisly murders.

This book is the debut offering from Ms. Fritz.

It his scary and funny, and has an amazing surprise ending. I know you will enjoy reading it as much as I did.

IT can be purchased at Amazon Kindle Books

Book Review: Bad Odds by Duke Davis

After serving in the U.S. Navy for six years, Bob Sloan is now a civilian contractor for the U.S. Army in Vietnam. He also spent four years in the civilian world fixing helicopters.

He is on his way to his first station, when his helicopter is shot down in the middle of nowhere.
This book is about his trials after surviving the crash.

Now, let me tell you a little about Mr. Davis. He is a Vietnam veteran, serving with distinction with a small group in the Navy. Maybe you have heard of them, The SEALS.

This book comes from the heart, it feels like you are actually there with Bob as he and Marine Lance Corporal, Steve Briscoe.

There were many time I caught myself (mentally) yelling at the characters to warn them.

You will enjoy this book, even if you do not care for historic or military fiction. I know I did.