A series of homicides leads chief of police, Eliza Hamilton, on a hunt for a killer....
|Title||:||Angels of Venice|
|Number of Pages||:||363 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Angels of Venice Reviews
This description is from Publishing works: Unlike Angels and Demons, this is not a religion-rocking expose, but rather a nightmarish glimpse over the edge of reality. At the center is the Venice, NY chief of police, Eliza Hamilton, who finds herself investigating a series of homicides that seemingly have no motive and almost no clues. Except for one. Tommy Bob, a vampire she made up as a child, has suddenly entered the real world, as the name carved into the arm of each victim. Imagination seems to have spawned reality as gruesome killings pile up on the streets of Venice and reveal uncertain futures for both the chief and the town. In a plot that merges Dracula with CSI, Foster weaves a dangerous web of desire...through bloodshed.My impressions: I do not read horror books nor do I enjoy gory material, but this is mix of psychological thriller and spiritual fiction that reads like a movie script, which brings the reader closer to the characters and wondering what they will say and do next. Although it is a 'dark' story I did not find it overlay gruesome or graphic. The details and setting are portrayed so realistically it is hard to believe that the author did not come from the most dismal, depressing town in the universe which happens to be the perfect setting! I would give it an 8 out of 10 (but only because I think some of the characters could have been better developed/introduced, which is a bit confusing). I am surprised, given the popularity of the 'Twilight' series, that someone hasn't based a movie on this book. The script is pretty much complete!
Angels of Venice by T.R. Foster is a combination police crime drama, mystery, thriller, and horror story. Set in the small impoverished town of Venice, a haunting past of serial murders has come back a generation later. Could they be the product of a childhood imagination or something beyond imagination? Chief of Police Eliza Hamilton has a past and a present with the murders in town as her life reconnects with a childhood friend.My full review is on Bookvisions here: http://bookvisions.blogspot.com/2010/...
CSI meets Dracula! What a page turner!