Friday, February 15, 2013

A Life of Death: The Golden Bulls by Weston Kincade (eBook review)

Fifteen years of ritual sacrifices that began before Alex Drummond joined the force have become an anomaly in Tranquil Heights. For most residents, anger at the unsolved murders has turned to disappointment with the small police force. Now citizens hope this year’s sacrificial lamb won’t be one of their loved ones.

Alex Drummond’s ability to relive victims’ traumatic murders has not been enough. There are misguided links to Egyptian funerary rights, but without evidence and the murderer’s identity, no one outside of Drummond’s tight circle will believe him, let alone make an arrest and stop the vicious killings. After an anonymous tip, Detective Drummond discovers an annual visitor, a local who moved away years before with a similar flare for murder. He follows her to Washington DC after watching the woman burn her husband alive. His high school friend, Jessie Arturo, who settled in the large city after a failed baseball career, assists with the investigation. In such a large place, unsolved murders abound like cobwebs under abandoned guest beds.

September 20, the serial killer’s anointed date, is only days away. How has the murderer proven so elusive, even from Alex’s paranormal abilities? Is he in over his head, or can Detective Alex Drummond save the ghosts calling to him and decipher this network of brutal, ritual sacrifices before someone else is burnt alive?


This is a sequel to A Life of Death. I have to say that I was hooked on this book just like I was hooked on the first book in this series.
I could see imagine everything that was going on and all the characters.

You don't really have to read the first one to be able to follow this book but I think you should read the first book just because this series is fantastic.

I give this 5 out of 5

If you want to purchase this eBook you can do so at Barnes & Noble and

*I receieved a free copy of this eBook for my honest review*

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