Hiram Grange and the Chosen One (Hiram Grange #4)

Hiram Grange and the Chosen One (Hiram Grange #4)

Hiram Grange doesn't believe in fate. He makes his own destiny. That's a good thing, because Queen Mab of Faerie has foreseen the destruction of the world, and as usual... it's all Hiram's fault. He must choose: kill an innocent girl and save the universe... or rescue her and watch all else burn. Just another day on the job for Hiram Grange. In Book Four of the Scandalous Hiram Grange doesn't believe in fate. He makes his own destiny. That's a good thing, because Queen Mab of Faerie has fores...

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Title:Hiram Grange and the Chosen One (Hiram Grange #4)
Author:Kevin Lucia
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ISBN:098272750X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:180 pages pages

Hiram Grange and the Chosen One (Hiram Grange #4) Reviews

  • Robert Dunbar
    Jul 08, 2012

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Daniel Keohane
    Feb 14, 2012

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Richard Wright
    Jun 03, 2010

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

  • Tom Kline
    Jul 10, 2014

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Ginger Nuts
    Feb 17, 2011

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

  • Shedrick Pittman-Hassett
    Nov 07, 2010

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

  • Robert Davies
    Jun 24, 2010

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Shawn Trucks
    May 26, 2014

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Lea
    Feb 18, 2011

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

  • Kenneth
    Dec 01, 2010

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

  • Jamey
    Nov 17, 2010

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Martin Rose
    Apr 27, 2011

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

  • Angie Lisle
    Mar 13, 2014

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

  • Michele Amos
    Nov 03, 2011

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

  • c
    Oct 20, 2012

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Nicolas Caesar
    Oct 25, 2011

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Sara buchanan
    Feb 04, 2015

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Christopher
    Jan 05, 2014

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Ben Eads
    Feb 26, 2015

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Durant
    Mar 30, 2012

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Phillip III
    Sep 16, 2012

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Steven Rundlett
    Oct 08, 2013

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

  • Roy Huff
    Apr 13, 2013

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Katie
    Jun 15, 2015

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • LeeAnn Motz
    Nov 18, 2013

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Warren Lloyd
    Apr 12, 2014

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Sid Stiles
    Feb 07, 2016

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Timothy Huguenin
    Dec 23, 2015

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • Joseph Sullivan
    Dec 23, 2017

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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  • C.M. Hayden
    Jan 13, 2017

    Hiram Grange is back in the fourth installment of the series, this time finding himself ensnared in a plot involving faeries and yog-shoggoth as Kevin Lucia throws a bit of Lovecraft into the mix. Hiram heads off to Belfast to investigate the murder of five women, where he finds him...

    This has been my favorite of the Hiram Grange Misadventures. The story is more lucid than previous installments, mostly because Hiram's drug use falls by the wayside, becoming background information that occasionally pops up to tempt and lure or guilt Hiram into action. I appreciate ha...

    Note:- this is a five book novella series, each book can easily be read on its own, however as with these things starting with book one and reading through is much more rewarding. As these are all fairly short novellas I'll review the series as a whole. Hiram Grange is our last d...

    Forces, dark and ancient, lurk in the dark places of reality and serve the Abyss. Other powers, capricious and amoral, use the power of the Veil to serve their own mysterious purposes. Between them and the rest of humanity stands Hiram Grange. A misshapen, damaged man one step away fro...

    Taking the opportunity to get Hiram out of America for a spell, Kev keeps up the action from the previous book, but spices it a little differently. Where Rob delivered a techno-supernatural thriller, Chosen One serves up a tentacled extravaganza of old school horror. Faeries (not your ...

    An excellent, rip-roaring read. The action doesn't let up for a minute, yet we still get a chance to learn and care about the characters. The story is dark without being dreary, and insightful without being tedious, and the noir sense of humor is right on the money. I haven't read the ...

    This not your average tale of horror and Kevin Lucia is not your average author. It's a non-stop page turner that will grip you from the first page right through the epilogue. I could not put it down and you won't be able to either. ...

    I love noir, paranormal, so this was right up my alley. Along with a conflicted anti-hero, this was a bit of a guilty pleasure, and reminiscent of King's writing, if you liked his earlier works. ...

    This book drew me in from the first page. Characters were well-developed and the story was full of action and vivid-details. I'll never look at maggots the same way again! ...

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