What Haunts Me ( Ghost Killer - Book 1)
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Genre: Thrillers and Suspense. Format: eBook. Views: This Week 156, Total 1938.
The ghosts that wander among the living do not haunt in the traditional sense; instead, they plague the innocent with disease, deformity and addiction. And once a ghost finds its victim, it will haunt them for a lifetime... or kill them quickly.
After George gets ill, the dreams begin. Suppressed memories are triggered, allowing him to see ghosts, and a deeply buried instinct emerges. George finds out he can kill these monsters, and heal their victims. The ability to save lives is something George cannot ignore, but it soon becomes an obsession and begins to eat away at his sanity.
His quest for understanding leads him to new friends and allies, and exposes him to enemies he could have never imagined. In the end, can you really ever kill something that’s already dead?
The Edge of the Cemetery (Ghost Killer – Book 2) coming summer 2016
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Good Story, Well Written, Recommended, Very Well Edited in 1 reviews.
Paul Smith : This is a story about George, the Ghost Killer, who comes of age after he'd been "coerced" (read the book!) to forget about his abilities.
It is a story in the Ghostbusters camp - a lot of imaginative ideas and a lot of new concepts - perhaps a few of them could have been omitted and saved for the sequel?
Overall it is a well rounded book with a twist at the end that I had suspected but hadn't really guessed. A tale of good and evil and I will leave it to you, when you read the book, to determine who wins.