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Dark Hunger (With Bonus Material)

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Never has private investigator Peter Sunday been on a case like this one. Peter gets entwined with a mysterious chilling organization that cannot be stopped with bullets. An organization that no one has ever escaped alive from.

With bonus material.
Kindle Edition, 146 pages
Published December 2nd 2016 (first published April 17th 2013)
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J.C. Steel
Dark Hunger follows the small private investigations firm of Sunday and Grey, run by a pair of ex-cops tired of the corruption in the system. When Peter Sunday takes on a missing-persons case, he expects a typical story of a young Latino man run away to join a gang. He doesn't expect it to tie into a string of shady get-rich-quick offers, murders, and disappearances going back months, and it isn't until sources start turning up dead that he begins to see the deadly connections. However, even ...more
Kelly Smith Reviews
I love, love, love private investigator stories. When you combine a PI with the horrific murders that Stephen King would write, you have a book (novella, in this case) that really intrigues me.
Mr. Sherman knows how to make his work short and sweet, without unnecessary filler text and scenes, which I really respect. Not many authors know how to do this today. He writes investigative fiction very well, you can tell he is a fan of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, but by no means does he copy him. This book
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Sarah
Apr 29, 2013 Sarah rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In Demetrius Sherman's latest novella, he takes on the character of Pete Sunday. Pete is a former cop who is now a private investigator. While Pete has recently received several requests to find missing people, he questions what all of the disappearance have in common. There are also several murders happening around the city and each of the bodies are showing up without any blood.

Pete takes on the case to fins several people who have gone missing after going to the company Janus Gold to fulfill
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Ruty  B
May 20, 2013 Ruty B rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2013, mystery
As you can imagine by the cover, this story has our beloveds “blood suckers” in it. This is a short but exciting story with mystery and action in it.

Dark Hunger presents Pete Sunday, a private investigator, ex-police officer, hired by a woman to find her son. While he works on this case he finds himself wrapped up in more cases. A murdered journalist, dead bodies founded everywhere and a strange company behind it all.

Being a short story it has a fast rhythm and the chapters fly by one after the
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Mike Hogan
May 09, 2013 Mike Hogan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A change of direction from Mr Sherman as he switches his location and characters from Victorian England to the dark side of present day urban America. Corporate wrongdoing, rapacious vampires, a remorseless detective, together with a taut plot and dialog make this the best of Mr Sherman's books - so far. I look forward to the sequel.
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Growing up, Demetrius Sherman read Hammett, Chandler, Conan Doyle and other masters of hard-boiled detectives. These works were excellent seeds in the creation of the updated Sherlock Holmes in The Sheridan Hope Thrillers and the vampire thriller Dark Hunger.
He always wanted to write fast-paced thrillers with a bit of mystery in them.
His latest work is a satirical horror thriller titled The Hunte
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