Hidden Chamber of Death: Moccasin Hollow Mystery Series

Hidden Chamber of Death: Moccasin Hollow Mystery Series

by Hawk MacKinney


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Hidden Chamber of Death is a compelling tale of intrigue, murder, deception and suspense that leads retired Navy SEAL/part-time private investigator Craige Ingram in search of the connection between seemingly random murders and a banking conspiracy. Working with the local homicide investigator, who just happens to be a former Navy buddy, Craige Ingram's attempts to protect a lonely widow and solve the case before another person dies are only thwarted by a psychotic killer whose motivation is based on pure depraved pleasure. In this first book of the MOCCASIN HOLLOW MYSTERY SERIES, the instincts and skills Ingram and his buddy acquired as Navy SEALS are tested to their limits.

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ISBN-13: 9780997096217
Publisher: Sage Words Publishing
Publication date: 01/12/2016
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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Hidden Chamber of Death: Moccasin Hollow Mystery Series 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
wifetoalineman02 More than 1 year ago
Hidden Chamber of Death will make you breathless until the last page. Mystery is my second favorite genre to read. It could be an old or new author. I am interested to read their writings. A new mystery author to adore is Mr. Hawk MacKinney. My very first time to read his writing. I become a new fan. You should check out his book as well if you LOVE reading suspense. Just like regular mystery book, Hidden Chamber of Death will make you breathless until the last page. You will LOVE Craige Ingram the Navy Seal. He is not only a hero but willing to continue to fight and solve problems in different way. This book is a must read. All the characters will make you guess and cannot wait to find out the killer. This book is hard to put it down and looking forward to read the next book of the series. This is a must read. I cannot wait for more heart thumping mystery book to read from Mr. MacKinney. Disclosure: I received the paperback copy of the book in exchange of my honest review.
Patricia-RoomWithBooks More than 1 year ago
It is my pleasure to have had the opportunity to read and review Hidden Chamber of Death by Hawk MacKinney. This is the first book of Mr. MacKinney’s that I have read, but not the first I have heard of his writing. He has been a frequent visitor here on Room With Books. And an author that it has been my pleasure to host time and again. I was not disappointed for a moment with Hidden Chamber of Death. I love the way Mr. MacKinney writes his characters, real enough you can hear them talking in your head as you read along and so alive you could almost reach out and touch them. The search for a psychotic (no, TRULY psychotic) killer makes this first book in The Moccasin Trace Series an absolute thrill to read. I know I consumed Hidden Chamber of Death without hesitation once I began reading it. I highly recommend Hidden Chamber of Death, Book One of The Moccasin Hollow Mystery Series, by Hawk MacKinney and encourage you to pick up a copy right away. I can’t imagine anyone being disappointed with it! I give Hidden Chamber of Death by Hawk MacKinney five steaming hot cups of Room With Books coffee (the first cups I’ve given since learning how to use my new Keurig ;-).) ©March 9, 2016 ~Patricia, Room With Books~ Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of Hidden Chamber of Death, Book One of The Moccasin Hollow Mystery Series, by Hawk MacKinney for the purpose of an honest review.
AliTheDragonSlayer More than 1 year ago
I wasn’t quite sure what to make of this book when I received an ARC. The cover is extremely simple so not a lot to entice me, it’s not an author I have read before but the over-riding appeal was it focusses on a Navy SEAL so I figured there would be some action. Within minutes of starting it I realised the writing was going to be graphic .. hit square in the face with a corpse description. Moving on it covers a variety of subjects which viewers may find awkward. An in depth discussion between father and son about the appeal of girls, sex and how the parents have ‘fun’. It was well written but you can almost feel Jeff squirming with embarrassment, he doesn’t need to know the details .. in the next breath they are reminiscing about what Granny would say, one extreme to another. There were rather a lot of mentions about standing near the grave or looking in the coffin, at this point I thought it was going to become tedious but it does move on slowly in the search for a psychotic killer. Murders, mystery and suspense makes it an average to good plot. I do believe it ‘sounds’ very American so perhaps I didn’t gel with it quite as much as some others. It hots up towards the end and leaves the way clear for more in the series. Fans of murder/mysteries will find some content in here to make it an enjoyable story. Thanks to the author and iRead Book Tours for the opportunity to read this in exchange for my honest opinion.
MyMamasWorld More than 1 year ago
What is he/she up to? I love asking myself that question when I read a mystery! It doesn't always happen though. I found myself meeting each new character introduced by MacKinney with a little doubt and skepticism. The author did a wonderful job keeping a little mystery around his characters--and that adds so much to the suspense of the story. While I wanted to like (or dislike) characters immediately--I wasn't sure about some of them and their motivations. I like wondering about characters for a bit! I like that I grew to like and dislike characters through the plot development and not through each character's initial description. MacKinney creates more than a likeable hero in Ingram. I expected to like the main character--but, MacKinney takes it a step further in that he made me want to follow the main character's future adventures and future stories from the series. Ingram is an "old fashioned" character, I think. He's the dependable, real-world, guy that everyone wants in their corner. The story reminded me of the old detective shows and crime dramas that I watched on t.v. with my Grandpa when I was a little girl. It's not a dated story--it's just one of those books where you say, "You don't find someone like that everyday." Would I recommend Hidden Chamber of Death by Hawk MacKinney? The author creates an action packed, suspenseful, easy to read story with characters readers will enjoy. Readers will fall easily into the setting through the the author's descriptions and dialogue--and will want to follow future Moccasin Hollow mysteries. I would recommend this book to murder mystery fans--who also enjoy a bit of a conspiracy and creativity. I received a complimentary copy of this book for use in a blog review. I was not compensated--nor asked to leave a B&N review. All opinions are my own.