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Taunting the Dead by Mel Sherratt
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Dec 29, 11

Read in December, 2011

This book was riveting, gripping right from the first page, and I really couldn’t get enough of it. I could feel my heart thumping at times, anticipating what was going to happen next. You were left guessing until the very last chapter, who actually killed Steph Ryder and whether they were going to get away with it.

The last paragraph, was totally unexpected and I wanted to immediately pick up the next book in the series. The only problem is that it hasn’t been finished yet but I can honestly say that I’ll be counting down to the day when it’s published. Come on Mel, please hurry up!

There was lots of blood and gore in the book, but not so much that it made a vulgar read, it was kind of necessary to the plot. The characters were created well and believable although I’m very glad that I don’t come into contact with any of them. And to think that I thought Stoke On Trent was a quiet little town in the Potteries where Robbie Williams came from!

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