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The Drums of Gerald Hurd
by L. C. Hayden WordWright.biz, Inc.

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

From boyhood Allan Moore knew there was something about Gerald Hurd that made everyone around him uneasy. But he thought it was just Gerald's personality, that is, until the day a confrontation between them cost a dog his life. Like many peop0le Allan repressed the memory as an aberration, something that had an explanation he just didn't know. Thus it remained buried from the time Allan left Collinsville until his return. It was then, he learned that Gerald had developed into a relentless bully and Collinsville was dying. He knows there has to be a way to fight him and sets about trying to find it. Talented L.C.Hayden gives the reader the creeps as the story unfolds and the reader begins to hear those voodoo drums in the background. Not a story to be read if you are staying home alone or you'll find yourself listening and looking out the windows into the dark at strange noises. For a reader who likes the spooky feeling of being watched even though you know you're alone, this is a tale you will enjoy.

 

 
 

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