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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

THE BOULEVARD MONSTER by Jeremy Hepler_Review






The Boulevard Monster
by Jeremy Hepler
Bloodshot Books
Pub date: April 7, 2017

A debut novel you won’t want to miss!

The Boulevard Monster, Synopsis –

I KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE HEARD ABOUT ME

You say that I am a madman. You say that I am dangerous. You say that I am the one who has been abducting women, slaughtering them, and burying their corpses all around this city for years. You are wrong, because only part of that statement is true…

I AM NOT A KILLER

I know that you probably won’t believe me. Not now. Not after all that has happened, but I need to tell my side of the story. You need to know how this all began. You need to hear about the birds, but most of all, you need to understand…

I AM NOT THE BOULEVARD MONSTER

Purchase –

Amazon

And it’s available at other online retailers too. Plus, ask your indie bookstore to order for you or tell your local library about it!

Jeremy Hepler, Biography -

Native to the Texas Panhandle, Jeremy Hepler now lives in a small rural community in central Texas with his wife Tricia and son Noah. Throughout his life, he has worked jobs ranging from welder's hand to health care assistant, but writing has always been his passion.

Jeremy is a member of the Horror Writer's Association (HWA) and is currently working on his second novel, Demigod Dreams. In the last five years, he has had twenty-four short stories published in various small and professional markets, and in 2014, he placed second in the Panhandle Professional Writers Short Story Competition. You can contact him via Facebook or Twitter (@jeremyhepler) where you will find links to his blog and Amazon author page.

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Review of THE BOULEVARD MONSTER by Jeremy Hepler I totally enjoyed reading this well-constructed and intriguing horror novel. I loved that the horror element was implacable, both the seemingly impossible but very factual “otherworldly” incursion, and also the real-life “inescapability”: law enforcement following irrefutable evidence; marital distrust; and so forth. Protagonist Seth is the proverbial “good guy,” imperfect but loving, loyal, and dedicated. Until he falls headfirst into a situation where “doing the right thing” puts him in the target of something unexplainable but implacable and deadly. I see myself rereading this (I raced through it in a few hours) and hope for more soon from this talented author.

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