Wednesday, November 13, 2013

In the Bleak Midwinter Book Review

By M.R. Sellars

This book touts itself to be a paranormal thriller and that it most definitely is. Sellars
drives you forward, having you so engrossed in the story you forget where you are.

Special Agent Constance Mandalay is sent to the very rural town of Hulis, Missouri to aid
in a hunt for an annual serial killer. Every Christmas for the last seven years, a body is found in
the same exact place and no one, neither the previous seven FBI agents who were sent there
over the years nor Deputy Addison “Skip” Carmichael can catch the killer in the act.

Constance notices the lack of information and evidence in the file and begins to question just who
is covering things up. She’s almost convinced the whole town is keeping secrets. And she vows to uncover them. Then she witnesses for herself just what is going on in Hulis.

This is one paranormal ride you will want to take with Sellars. This is engrossing, engaging, and thrilling and will make your heart beat wildly in your chest. Sellars is definitely on my list of MRAs (must-read authors).

Reviewed by Starr Gardinier Reina, author of “The Other Side: Melinda’s Story”

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