How to Stalk a Stalker (The Starsboro Chronicles: Season 1 Episode 3)

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No one takes the Hook-Man rumors seriously. Until teen-aged couples start turning up butchered, that is. The D’Vordi brothers and their police counterpart, Detective Morgan are forced to go undercover to keep Lover’s Lane safe. More

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Words: 19,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9780997406627
About Cameron J Quinn

Cameron J Quinn is an author of Paranormal Romance, Horror, Urban Fantasy, and Thriller genres. THE STARSBORO CHRONICLES, a series of ten Urban Fantasy novelettes (she didn’t know it was a thing either until her editor told her) will be released in episodes starting in January of 2016.

As Marissa Frosch she works as the Head of Marketing at Amphibian Press; a small press dedicated to helping independent authors navigate the publishing ocean.

Her home is in central New England with her husband, two young sons, and too many animals to mention, but she hopes to travel a bit before truly settling down.

Cameron was born and raised on a fifteen-acre farm in New Hampshire. They did not rely on the livestock for money but rather enjoyed having chickens for fresh eggs and cows for fresh milk.

The woods surrounding the farm, was where her first stories of Fairy Princesses were born. Now, having moved on from those tales she still takes to the woods to create the characters and worlds we have come to love.

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Reviews

Review by: V. S. Holmes on March 19, 2016 :
How to Stalk a Stalker starts off with a bang -- an all-too-real retelling of a creepy story many of us told at our middle school sleepovers. There’s something decidedly sinister about a creature that threatens parking teenagers with a giant obsidian hook. Morgan and the D’vordi brothers no sooner think they know what they are dealing with when they are told the truth about the symbols on the hook-man’s weapon. They aren’t facing a run-of-the-mill demon. Not to mention there is a rash of house fires that hit far too close to home.

The third Starsboro Chronicle might just be my favorite so far. It was a bit longer than the first two, and felt like the perfect length to me. Cameron J. Quinn delivered her characteristic mix of sass and drama wonderfully. I feel as if I’m getting to know the characters now and they’re certainly multifaceted. I’m enjoying the introduction of potential love interests--both good and bad--and I’m so excited to read more next month. It’s safe to say Quinn has hit her stride and is here to stay.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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