Evil Dark: An Occult Crime Unit Investigation

Evil Dark: An Occult Crime Unit Investigation

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by Justin Gustainis

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The Second in the popular Occult Crimes Investigation series.

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The Second in the popular Occult Crimes Investigation series.

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"Another hit for Sergeant Stan!" - Paul Simpson, SciFi Bulletin

"Great writing, well paced, with twists and turns at every angle, it throws a spotlight on our own society, making you question your own choices in life." - Geek Syndicate

"Gustainis has proved himself time and time again, and it is no surprise to me that Evil Dark is another cracking novel." - Terror-Tree

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Watkins Media
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Occult Crimes Unit Investigati , #2
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Justin Gustainis was born in Northeast Pennsylvania in 1951. He attended college at the University of Scranton, a Jesuit university that figures prominently in several of his writings. After earning both Bachelor's and Master's degrees, he was commissioned a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. Following military service, he held a variety of jobs, including speechwriter and professional bodyguard, before earning a Ph.D. at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.Mr. Gustainis currently lives in Plattsburgh, New York. He is a Professor of Communication at Plattsburgh State University, where he earned the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2002. His academic publications include the book American Rhetoric and the Vietnam War, published in 1993, and a number of scholarly articles that hardly anybody has ever read. The author lives in Plattsburgh, NY.

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Evil Dark 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a terrific series--suspense, witches, demons, vampires, werewolves and more. There is no romance crap to screw it up just pure urban fantasy at its best. You can't go wrong with this series. His other series is just as good as well. He is definitely on my must read list. I am anxiously awaiting the next sequel!!! There is also a spin-off series by Jamie Gregory that I am also going to try.
SheilaDeeth More than 1 year ago
Second in the Occult Crime Unit Investigation series, Evil Dark, by Justin Gustainis, continues to draw readers in with an excellent narrator (think Harry Dresden, but give him a badge and a crucifix) in a pleasingly noir world that’s only slightly offset from our own. The atmosphere is coolly convincing, from crowded precinct to streets and bars, to rooms with locked doors where vampires sleep like the dead. The dialog has pitch perfect humor, pathos and urgency as much-loved friends and family are brought into an ever-expanding danger. The punnish sarcasm zings with lots of great movie and book references (James Bond in From Transylvania with Love, for example). And the church just might change its stance on “supes,” or supernaturals, one day. Meanwhile, the important questions are rather, who’s out to get whom, where does luck come into it, and will the witch save the world or destroy it? A father protecting his child, a cop chasing bad guys, a hero who really shouldn’t keep going it alone (but daylight’s bad for his partner)... Stan Markowski’s a character I could keep reading about, again and again, and I hope there’ll be many more books on offer in this series. “Jamaican Blue Mountain” coffee beans will never taste the same. “Not all bikers are human racist...” after all. And in the style of all the best noir fiction, Evil Dark is scary, sometimes thought-provoking, suspenseful, gritty and violent, and it’s great fun, set in Scranton, in a slightly, and darkly, altered USA. Disclosure: I was given a free ecopy and I offer my honest review. I honestly loved it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was filled wih so many interesting twists and turns and kept me guessing till the end glad i read it
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