Sunday, May 22, 2011

The Dead Man: Hell in Heaven by Lee Goldberg and William Rabkin

Matt is back.  And so is the Dark Man...


This is the third story in this series and was just published at the first week of May.  Mr. Goldberg sent me a copy for review (thank you).  It's available in paperback or ebook form.


Matt just barely escaped from his enemies in the last story in this series, and his journey doesn't get any calmer this time around.  He's on a motorcycle going over the North Cascades Highway when he decides to stop for fuel and food and a rest from riding the bike.  He finds a small side road that has a sign indicating a town called Heaven, and he pulls off the main drag and heads into town.  He should have kept going...


There are horrors in the town of Heaven.  Beings you can't imagine, inbred psychotic monsters and more.


One thing about these stories, once you start one, you won't move until you've finished it.  They are fast paced, nasty reads that are best during daylight hours.  And I sure enjoy reading them.  


Why not pick a copy of all three and follow Matt on his journey to find out what his purpose in life is?  It's quite a ride.


Happy reading!

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