Highwayman by Craig Saunders
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Review of HIGHWAYMAN by Craig Saunders
HIGHWAYMAN is truly a wild ride, only to expected from author Craig Saunders. We are quickly introduced to a pair of soul-stealers, masquerading as a long-together elderly couple. These two nasties show up at the scenes of “unexpected” death: individuals who are at the brink of death, but possibly recoverable. This couple is not there to soothe the dying, offer medical assistance, or comfort the bereaved. They are present solely to steal the life light; the woman takes from dying females, the man from dying males. These are “highwaymen,” and one man, Karl Goodman, has witnessed their abrupt appearance, behaviour, and equally abrupt disappearance too many times. Now he himself is trapped in a void, “the Land Between Midnight,” and he is determined to avenge the loss of his daughter one year ago, taken by these entities.
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