Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Review: The Watcher by John Brinling

The Watcher

ASIN #: B0043GX1C6
E-Book Page Count: 248
Copyright: 2010

About the Author:

"I lived and worked in Europe for seven years. I met my wife In Italy where we both worked for the same company, and were married in 1975. The contract we were working on ended that year and we took two years off to live in England, in a 300 year old farmhouse in Wiltshire."

To view the complete bio for John Brinling on the AuthorsDen website, simply click here.

(Taken from

Janet Stapleton – widowed, confined to a wheelchair, living in a remote Connecticut farmhouse - didn’t believe in out-of-body experiences until she had one and witnessed a brutal murder. The second and third ones were no less horrific. Her investigation into why she was chosen to see these murders soon has the demonic killer pursuing her.

My Review:

This is the second ebook I've read written by John Brinling and, I must say, I am not disappointed.

This is a murder-mystery/whodunit/paranormal experiences all wrapped up in one.  Once I began this book, I was quickly intrigued and did not want to stop.

I will say that the reader pretty much knew who was committing the murders early on into the story, but that did not take away from the story!  All it did, for me, was to make one wonder how everything was going to work out so the evil person/people would be found out.  Would good triumph over evil?  Would Janet have a happy ending?  These questions and more kept me aptly reading until the end.

If you enjoy a murder mystery with a slightly different twist to it, then trust me when I say that you will enjoy reading The Watcher.

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