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Symphony of Blood by Adam Pepper
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Dec 12, 11

bookshelves: crime-fiction, serial-killers-and-other-murderers, singles
Recommended for: people who dont mind slow books
Read on December 12, 2011 — I own a copy

I got this book to read and review from Paranormal Romance & Urban Fantasy Fanatics! I liked Sandy, as soon as I started the book. She was a quirky character. We moved on to the scene where Mackenzie told Hank that the monster was coming for her and I thought..Oooh is this book going to be good! I was disappointed. Even though Hank annoyed me, I stuck with the book thinking its okay even if I don't like the lead character. Then came the monster's point of view. Not only was it unnecessary but it bored me no end as well. But I have to say that I loved the description of the monster's change-it was icky and gross, just as it should have been. The ending was another let down.
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Adam Pepper
“partially digested. Like someone ate them from the inside out.”
The room went silent for a minute, then I said, “That is creepy.”
“I’ll say,” Vic said with a nod.
“Maybe some kind of animal ate the body parts, after they were dead,” I suggested.
“Yeah, sure, I’d say it was a gerbil but it’s the wrong hole,” Tate said.”
Adam Pepper, Symphony of Blood: A Hank Mondale Supernatural Case

Adam Pepper
“We know you didn’t make it as a cop. We know you have a small gambling problem and a big drinking problem.”
“Actually, it’s vice versa, Mr. Greenwal. But the good news is I don’t smoke. My mother smokes. Now that is a filthy habit.”
Adam Pepper, Symphony of Blood: A Hank Mondale Supernatural Case


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