Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Review - Evil Ways by Justin Gustainis

Evil Ways
Morris and Chastain Investigations, Book 2
Justin Gustainis
December 30, 2008
ISBN# 978-1-84416-593-3

Book Blurb:
Supernatural investigator Quincey Morris and his partner Libby Chastain, investigate a series of murders where white witches are being hunted and killed - and Libby may be next on the list. From Iraq to America, a trail of clues is pointing to eccentric billionaire, Walter Grobius, a man fascinated with a devastating evil that can be traced back to biblical times. Morris and Chastain find themselves in their most epic case as they look to prevent the apocalypse from being released.

Evil Ways continues the electrifying new series of supernatural thrillers following the exploits of investigators Quincey Morris and Libby Chastain.

My thoughts:
Quincey Morris is about to find out that his recent investigation is tied to a much larger problem, and the evidence that was destroyed may have been a help in solving it. FBI agents Fenton and O’Donnell need Quincey’s help. Refusing is not an option.

Libby Chastain is in trouble of the deadly kind, because someone has sent their thugs to kill her. It’s soon apparent that white witches across the country are being targeted, and the trail leads in the same direction as the FBI’s case. The evil that’s growing has special plans, and Libby is at the top of its list.

This is the second installment in the Morris and Chastain Investigations series. Mr. Gustainis does a fabulous job of drawing the readers in with a solid storyline and likeable characters. Evil Ways has a fast pace, steady action, and a climax that’s worth every word read to reach it. The duo of Quincey and Libby has a chemistry that will keep fans eagerly awaiting their next investigative adventure.

To learn more about Evil Ways, please visit the website of Mr. Gustainis: HERE

You can read a recent Q & A with Mr. Gustainis: HERE

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews


Unknown said...

I love this series and can't wait for more!

Kimberly Swan said...

You and me both! :)