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The Soul Hunter

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  • Posted July 5, 2012

    It took me 2 nights to read this (yes. Only suring nights becaus

    It took me 2 nights to read this (yes. Only suring nights because I want to scare myself to sleep. I bought this book coz I saw the cover scary. :D And, well.. about the book.. I was real scared with the bloody axe and the mysterious man. The ending? Nah. I think you're not gonna like it. I don't know but there is something lacking with the story :( poor thing.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A superb intriguing tale

    SMU psychology Professor Dr. Dylan Foster returns home to find a bloody axe at her door. Her boyfriend funeral home director David Shykofsky arrives soon after and calls the cops. Detective Jackson of Dallas Police Department arrives and wonders if Dylan is pulling a stunt though he cannot fathom a motive.-------------- The next morning the police find a dead nineteen years old student Drew Sturdivent killed by an axe. However Detective Jackson and his partner Mike McKnight quickly rule that Dylan did not commit the homicide, but they do have a viable suspect, though no in custody. However, Dylan wonders if evil lumberjack Peter Terry has returned seeking souls.-------------- The return of Dylan and the evil Peter makes for a superb intriguing tale in which the eternal war between good and evil is fought within each person¿s soul. Dylan remains a reluctant heroine still not grasping the battle she is in yet knowing much more as to whom the real enemy is. Her prime defense is God, but at times she doubts the Lord is nearby. Fans will enjoy this police procedural suspense thriller that plays out on two planes mostly the mortal but always lurking is the SOUL HUNTER.---------- Harriet Klausner

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