Official Review: Pity the Devil's Wife by W. Hanelan

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Re: Official Review: Pity the Devil's Wife by W. Hanelan

Post by Higher25 »

Well,indeed there's a lot going on out there lots of people don't know about. People indulge in dangerous stuff for lots of reasons and lots of innocent people take the blame. Sounds great, will be reading

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Post by tanner87cbs »

This sounds like my kind of book! Thank you for the detailed post!

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Post by Zee_Zee »

First of, I found the book title intriguing. The plot is rich and the twists and turns in this book are impeccable. Congrats on BOTD!

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Post by MsH2k »

This is not my cup of tea, but this book sound great for those who enjoy creepy rituals, murder mystery, and psychological aspects. Great review!

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Post by Scerakor »

Wow! With a promise of a world haunted by satanic rituals, murder, missing twins, secret societies, and state-orchestrated terrorist attacks, who could resist this one.

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Post by Juwanlor »

The book is intriguing and will be very fun to read. I will give it a try

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Post by Mmg8464 »

I like a good murder story. But I am a little bit concerned about the satanic aspect. Nevertheless this book seems interesting. Thanks for the amazing review!

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Post by jeminah28 »

The review is enough for me to visualize such creepy things. Hoping that Clare would find the killer. I want to try this genre, but this book was woven with horrible things, which I couldn't bare, yet. :emperor: :gaah: :darth:
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Post by MilliMe »

Wow.... This is such a great review! Condescending disciplines into one master piece showing the beauty of a creative mind with such wonderful orchestration of style and storyline! It's exciting, though it's not really my genre, but offers wonderful mind focus and stimulation for scientific audience. Anyone looking to be thrilled with suspense and some sense of horror will definitely not be dismayed. A thumbs up again for the review!

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Post by unamilagra »

Books about demons and such are not a genre I prefer, but it certainly sounds exciting for those who enjoy this type of book. Great review!

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Post by docfatima »

Such a well written review. The murder mystery and satanic rituals sound intriguing. Maybe I'll give it a shot.
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Post by DorcasToo »

I am passing on this one am not really a fan of psychological thrillers. Congratulations on BOTD. Thanks for your review.
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Post by todwyer01 »

From a sampling, this seems like an interesting crime/thriller novel following a doctor that takes it upon herself to discover the truth behind a mangled corpse found on a farm by one of her patients, who it later arrested. It might be worth a second look. Well done.

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Post by siusantos »

Oh my, what an intriguing book! Thanks to the reviewer for an indepth review on this. Will this book be available for volunteer review? I hope it would be...soon! Please!

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Post by Washboard »

Although this book sounds like an excellent thriller, books that focus on psychological disorders and how poorly those with them are often treated get under my skin. I don't think this story will be for me. Great review!
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