The Strange Man
This book was different. Classified as a suspense book, I found it to be more of a thriller. I enjoyed the story and look forward to the next book in the trilogy. This debut novel from Greg Mitchell was very well written, I had to just laugh out loud at his humor. The name of the church really struck me as funny. The Good Church of the Faithful, it might not have been intentional but it struck me as funny. I also enjoyed the humorous people who attended the church, because we have all seen that type of person in our own congregations.
Dras Weldon, does not realize that God has a mark on him, but the bogeyman does know this. And when The Strange Man comes to town, no one realizes it is the bogeyman, and that the entire town is in danger. Rosalyn is in the bogeyman's sites and Dras will do whatever it takes to save her, but it comes across as odd to her because he has always fought against "religion."
This story is not for the faint of heart, there are very scary scenes in the book and it will frighten those who easily frightened. I did enjoy the book and as I said I look forward to the next installment. I give this debut novelist and his book a 4 star rating. 292 pages $13.99 (Bonus story at the end of the book)
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