I grabbed this book as soon as it appeared. After reading the first three parts that were here as short stories I had to read the rest.
I noticed it had been revamped (excuse the expression) .
What a fantastic story. It starts slow and then accelerates, by the time I was just over half way I couldn't put it down, all the way to the last page.
First there's a 'twist' and an easy kill. Then it gets more intriguing but the Inspector handles everything wonderfully. The next part is heartbreaking as you now know the characters. A trip to the 'bowels of the earth' and a real scare during the second part. The main character is totally believable as is the story. Anyone could do what he did, all you would need is a little courage, a good reason, and a bit of intelligence. I'm going to curl up tonight with a hot chocolate and read it again. :)
Great to see a single book holding these lovely stories. It works beautifully on my ereader as an epub file. I wish book two would come out sooner and I look forward to following the adventures of this little boy and his friends.
I have discovered a few very talented authors at this site. C.C.Champagne is one of the most talented I've come across. She writes with so much feeling and the stories are so touching I can't see how anyone could put the book down without finishing it. I couldn't.
These true stories get your heart racing.
Another great story in this series.
Following Inspector Martinelli, this time to Bavaria.
More vampires which is great but I think the story revolves around a love affair in the past. Very touching story as the others have said.
Linda always makes her stories very interesting but this one has a lot of emotion in it.
Nazi gold is also an interesting twist while the poor Inspector just wants to get on with killing vampires.
Funny interactions between him and the nun. Not giving anything away but sometimes the language barrier causes them a few problems.
Lots of funny bits and very sad bits too.
I think the priest started as a victim but finished up a villain. Maybe it couldn't be helped, I guess everyone will have to come to their own conclusion.