Autumn Bleeds Into Winter
Amazon Digital Services (September 14, 2020)
eBook/ Trade Paperback/ 256 pp
When teenager Curtis Black’s best friend turns up missing after an argument at a what was supposed to be sleepover at his house, he accidentally stumbles upon and witnesses firsthand what appears to be the abduction of his best friend. He then soon comes to the harsh realization that the man who drove off with his friend lives nearby his neighborhood further down the street. Without any help from the police, Curtis quickly decides to take matters into his own hands when he steals approximately three-hundred and fifty dollars from his dad and buys an untraceable firearm from a sketchy felon to pursue his spurt of the moment plan and confront the kidnapper living in his neighborhood. This is when things take a much more violent and sadistic turn for the worse, and the danger abound comes back to haunt him tenfold. But, for only fourteen years old, young Curtis Black is made of nail-hearts and tougher than an entire wall of cinder blocks. The true art and magic of this book is the gut-wrenching tension, violence, mystery, and suspense that continues to unfold as we as the reader continue to turn the pages of what could be the author’s best work to date. Oh, and shout-out to Lynne Hansen’s always visually stunning cover art. This one is sure to deliver, folks.
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Reblogged this on The Bloody Book Blogger and commented:
I loved this story, and I loved my review, but Jeff just shared THIS review is worthy of the book! I’m gonna go back and see what else is on this reviewer’s site!
Great book, but great review, also! Jeff posted it on FB, and I like to see other bloggers he posts his reviews from. Not as competition, just as fellow horror lovers! 😀
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Thank you very much!