Friday, November 15, 2013

BOOK REVIEW FOR - THE MURDERED METATRON - BY JAMES GLASS!







This is a short book, but it is a great book! The Murdered Metatron, by James Glass, is a wonderful blend of genres. It just so happens that I like all of them. Added to the sense of mystery is the author himself. I love the mystery inherent within his own personality.

Read this great tale. Tell them Blaze sent you!


Blaze McRob



Book Description

November 10, 2013
The voice of God is dead.....

When John Smith wakes from a coma in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania he remembers nothing of his past except that he might have tried to commit suicide. In an effort to pay the bills he becomes a private detective and is hired by a strange pair of clients who are determined to find out who killed the Voice of God. The clues lead him to the doorstep of the strange and reclusive Virgil Calahan and a hundred year old crime.



5.0 out of 5 stars James Glass Joins The Ranks Of The Best Detective Writers. Horror Style!, November 15, 2013
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This review is from: The Murdered Metatron (Kindle Edition)
The Murdered Metatron is a classic blend of horror, humor, and detective work. While it is relatively short, all the elements of a great page turner are here. I love stories of Angels and Demons and write a lot about them myself, but the author has added an entirely new twist, actually many new twists, as well as winding turns. The reader is taken on a merry ride of adventure. I dare you to figure out the ending to this beauty!

Also, I love great detective tales, mention Mickey Spillane and I go ballistic. Now, I can do the same when James Glass is whispered into my ear.

My advice to you is to set aside enough time to read this great book in one sitting. You'll be hungering for more . . .








James Glass enjoys his privacy, but frequently finds that he plays an unwilling host to Xircon. When not visiting red light districts of red light cities, he can frequently be found contemplating life in the seediest of libraries.
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