Croft and Wesson by Brad Magnarella
Reading and reviewing the stories in Eight in the Chamber anthology. This is book #3, a short novella that has Prof Croft winging it to help out Wesson. Will he make it out alive?
Nervous Nellie’s nervousness necessitates knowledge of the novel. In other words …SPOILERS. *BEWARE*
Nervous Nellie says…
This is a review of the third story in the anthology. James Wesson really does not take his job seriously. He has to use the assistance of Everson Croft in order to figure out why blond women are disappearing. It could be a serial killer, right? It’s nothing to do with the gold bracelets and any kind of magic, could it?
Well, you know it does. Croft & Wesson battle a bunch of were wolves that James owes a huge debt to, they have to stay on the straight and narrow of the local Sheriff how is wiley and cantankerous and try and stop whatever or whoever is sending bracelets to the ladies in town. The story is a good one. It doesn’t add a whole lot to the over arching series story, so it’s a good standalone to test out the waters.
There is some grisly parts, a puzzle and one big scary dude. Check it out. It’s worth it!
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Posted on July 20, 2019, in All Reviews, Nell's Reviews, Series Spotlight and tagged Brad Magnarella, Eight in the Chamber, mystery, Nervous Nell, Prof Croft, review. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.