Sunday, March 6, 2016

I’m taking a break from the romance genre to discuss the Supernatural Thriller,
Linger: Dying is a Wild Night by Edward Fallon.
This was my first Edward Fallon book, and also happens to be the first in a series of five for you series lovers out there. The title of the series and sub-title for each of Fallon’s five books, linger, alludes to a main premise of Fallon’s supernatural thrillers: the idea that after a traumatic event, be it murder or violence or emotional upheaval, a residual emotional shadow “lingers.” Enter “the boy,” a blind orphaned child who has the ability to gather these emotional memories left at a scene, which he then communicates via telepathy as images to two helpers. One is a man whose wife was brutally murdered, the other a police detective who seeks answers to her mother’s unsolved murder. 
Fallon’s LINGER Book One is a compelling, fast paced read. As improbable as it is for such a boy to exist, Fallon creates a world in which readers can suspend their disbelief for a short while as they root for good to win out over evil. I highly recommend this book for readers who enjoy a large dose of supernatural in their crime thrillers.
Next time, I'll be back talking about romance. Specifically, I’ll share details about my upcoming release, a historical romance titled THE TROUBLE WITH TIGERS.  Pre-order is available now!!

Until then, happy reading.