A GOD IN THE SHED by J-F Dubeau
The village of Saint-Ferdinand is hiding some dark secrets beneath its quiet surface. The small picturesque village has a dark past. This is a bleak tale. From the beginning, it felt mysterious.
There’s been a murder. They have a suspect. Inspector Crowley starts digging deep into the investigation, stirring up the past. Inspector Crowley bites off more than he can chew, though.
The different viewpoints make this tale even better. The first half is kind of slow, but the second half more than makes up for it. I dig the author’s writing style. I dig the characters, too. Each character plays a role. There are no throwaways.
A GOD IN THE SHED is smart. It makes you think. It keeps you on the edge of your seat. It keeps you guessing. The reveal is everything. The loose ends are all tied up. All questions are answered.
This is an utmost creepy tale filled with gore and death. Blood and death fill these pages. It’s gut-wrenching. It’s hard-hitting and vicious. Check your feelings at the door. This is unrelenting, and the ending will dropkick you right in the chest.
There’s necromancy. Some parts of this book scared me to death. I had to walk away from this one due to a disturbing scene. I learned several things from this book, too. You will dig this book. Give it a read.