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 bookreviewmi1111 »

It's nice to see your review. I read just a few first pages from this book and I didn't really like it. Thank you for the review.

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Sounds like a whole lot of plot with intense activities. The mixture of demonic with murder and investigation with suspense is a rare one but I will pass on this as it's not my genre of interest. Great review though.
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Wow! You make it seem as if it would be a crime not to read this suspenseful book. What a thorough, exciting and persuasive review! Great job. :tiphat: :tiphat: :tiphat:
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Great review! With those stories of psychological thriller and demonic rituals and a lot more, I've been definitely hooked. You got me reading this!

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Post by Jessluvs2read3 »

I love psychological thrillers and murder mysteries! The idea of twins is also intriguing. I find the mental bond between twins fascinating. Add the element of satanic rituals combined with conspiracy theories and this book is right up my alley. Great review! I'm going to add this to my bookshelf!

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Post by Radhika_puri »

The book seems to be a physiological thriller containing lots of mystery. The title of the book only attracts me to read it. I would love to read it. It’s a great review.

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Post by Kelyn »

I tend to enjoy psychological thrillers, and with this one having hints of sci-fi and the paranormal, it sounds like a perfect fit. Having twins myself, I'm also partial to stories about them. Let's hope they're not mistreated too badly in this book. I look forward to reading it! Amazing review, thanks for the recommendation!

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Post by sylvia+cummings »

Pity the Devil's Wife is a Triller of different twist and turns. At first it depicted about a ship sweeping between the costal coty of Ventura and East Anacapa, it tells of volcanic island milea off the coast. It depicts how the sea swells as explosions of a combination of large waves and volcanic explosions, raeching costal waters due south of Santa Barbra. It alsodepicts abot the weather conditions. It says about the VHFmarine radio onboard of the boat. It was a go-fast boat with crusting waves at top speed of seventy-four miles per hour.
It tells of the marketing of drugs to different destinations. Guerra had been taking contract work, smuggling of drugs. He tried to escape U S Costal Guards
Another ship with similar intentions was The Tai P eng Vin, 125 foot cargo ship. It smuggled people from China (120 persons ) paying 25,000US$. The immigrants was caught up in a web of debt and violence.
When The Tai Peng Yin sailed into Los Angeles harbour, three weeks later, The U S Customs Service detained all the ships passengers until their VISA was cleared bt Customs Agents.
At twins ranch in Chapter 3 depicted a dog and its owner on a ranch. There were other doga there but this particular dog was different from the rest. There were a bit of storm on the ranch. The dog was called Scoutt by the owner. His name was Rainy. He plaid his harmonica after supper.
In addition he listened to blues coming fromthe juke box which he sang along. The next door neighbor was concerned of not seeing Rainy to the doctor .

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Post by cindyr2416 »

Great review. I love crime and and psychological thrillers. A doctor finding a body on the farm and a patient going down for the murder. Are they really innocent? I can’t wait to read it.

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Post by Galarneau »

Great review. A psychological thriller with murder, terrorism, satanic rituals, and mental illness combine to make for an interesting read. The author does a fantastic job depicting the voices and delusions of a patient with PSD, Psychosis Spectrum Disorder. Congratulations on BOTD.

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Post by interstellar88 »

This psychological thriller seems super intriguing and I’m especially interested about the twins and their connection to PSD. It seems like this compelling murder mystery/thriller would keep you on the edge of your seat.

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Post by CrescentMoon »

You really sold this book well. This book sounds like a great blend of science and mystery and psychological thriller with well-developed characters. I'm glad you enjoyed it so much. Great review!
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Post by diyosamikaela »

Mystery, horror and science fiction always peaks my curiosity plus the way you tell the overview hits my excitement hard! I'm currently downloading the book in my kindle and I can't wait to read it! Great review!

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Post by Jajachris »

Everything I expected from this book was in it. contrats on book f the day

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Post by DBNJ »

A complelling psychological thriller novel consisting science fiction, romance, crime, and mystery all together. Informative and very well written review as well!
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