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Dark Reckoning
     

Dark Reckoning

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by J.E. Taylor, Tanya Janke (Editor)
 

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A sadistic killer stalks the secluded college town of Brooksfield, New Hampshire. With bodies piling up and rumors of the murders being part of sacrificial hazing rituals, the FBI plants Special Agent Steve Williams in a fraternity and his investigation takes a ninety degree turn into the bizarre when he’s introduced to Jennifer, a clairvoyant co-ed who swears the

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A sadistic killer stalks the secluded college town of Brooksfield, New Hampshire. With bodies piling up and rumors of the murders being part of sacrificial hazing rituals, the FBI plants Special Agent Steve Williams in a fraternity and his investigation takes a ninety degree turn into the bizarre when he’s introduced to Jennifer, a clairvoyant co-ed who swears the killer isn’t human.

Editorial Reviews

Pamela Jenewein
“J E Taylor writes a thrilling and engaging paranormal horror, “Dark Reckoning”. The absorbing, fluid plot builds slowly towards its divergent terror-driven climax. As sturdy, forthright characters convey the story’s age-old message; stay out of the woods…and while you’re at it, the water too.”
Ty Drago
J.E. Taylor has penned a tale of terror worthy of Lovecraft. The strong characters, edgy atmosphere and unflinching narrative hooked me from the first word and kept me riveted all the way through to DARK RECKONING's horrifying conclusion - a solid piece of storytelling!
Demon Lover
Taylor is able to transport the reader into a fresh and different FBI/Serial journey of fiction. Dark elements are about and cause a thread of deep dread and tension throughout the book, leaving the reader never quite sure what direction the plot will curve ahead.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453664360
Publisher:
CreateSpace
Publication date:
07/05/2010
Pages:
428
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.87(d)

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Meet the Author

J.E. Taylor is an Assistant Editor with Allegory (www.allegoryezine.com) an online venue for Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror as well as an author of several short stories, “Nightmares” appearing in December 08’s Niteblade Fantasy & Horror E-zine as well as “Grayson House” in the September 09 issue of Allegory E-zine under staff submissions. She writes paranormal suspense novels and is looking forward to the madness that accompanies publication. Ms. Taylor lives in Connecticut with her husband and two children.

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Dark Reckoning 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the story that kept me reading when I should have been doing other things.
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rvingmillers More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this series. Though somewhat graphic violence, still a great read.
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Great read have read firat three booksnin this series and theybare all greatn
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I couldnt put the book down I didnt care much for all the sex that was in the book but other than that the book had a great story line looking forward to read more of her work
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Unless you are into graphic sexual violence against women on top of the barely mediocre writing, well, skip this one. I finished it only because I knew I was going to write a review and felt I needed to give it the full benefit of the doubt. The verdict? I'm deleting this one from my library for fear it will contaminate all the other decent books on my NOOK. How this has a 4+ star rating I cannot even fathom.