Book Review: "Noble Rot" by Carson Buckingham


REVIEW BY ALLAN KRUMMENACKER

5 - STARS  "Monsters don't always hide in the closet..."

     A failing marriage, a struggling writer, a new job, a new place, a new beginning... What could possibly go wrong? For Allison Pilch just about everything and anything. Walking away from a failing marriage Allison sets out on a journey to find her own way as a person and a writer and soon finds herself not only with a new place but a new job as well in the real estate office that is also the property management of her new home.

     But as with anything too good to be true, there are mysteries and secrets that should be best left alone.

     Her new boss, a handsome and devilish (almost literally) fellow has his eye on her. As does the owner of the building she's currently living in. But unlike her boss, this man shuns the light and hides in darkness, covered in bandages to avoid being seen for very good reasons. A past transgression has left him with a terrible curse forcing him to live a very lonely and isolated life. Yet Allison's sweet nature and considerate ways keep drawing him every closer towards reaching out and trying to make her life better in every way he can.

     Soon Allison finds herself being drawn to each man, the one she can see and the one who remains a mystery but has inspired her writing in ways she never expected. Soon a web of intrigue and horror begins to unfold and Allison realizes she's in the middle of a nightmare and that there are more than one kind of monster in the world...

A thrilling beginning to what I hope will become a trilogy or series. 

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