"... it was a fun read - surprising and compelling and yet also reflective of so many realities." -theedifyingword.com book blog.
"Read, laugh, gasp, and cry your way through the adventure of a lifetime." stephaniereadsbooks.com book blog
"Thomas Fenske knows how to give a homey personality to his tales. Like sitting around a big potbelly stove at the General Store ..." tometender.blogspot.com book blog
"There is a ton of action and nail-biting suspense throughout. From the cave in at the mine on page two, it moves quickly to slashed tires, cut brake lines, multiple murders, cyanide poisonings, arson ... to the explosive finale in the last few pages. A Curse That Bites Deep has it all." -- Amazon reviewer
"I enjoyed the first book, The Fever, very much and was really happy to find this sequel. I'm a big fan of mysteries and this one is unlike any I've ever read before, with ghosts and magic, the continued search for gold, and a scary crazy villain. I couldn't put it down!" -- Amazon reviewer in Germany"Wow, what an exciting book. Being a longtime Texas resident, I loved the locations in the book. Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. I actually read the book in one sitting. Definitely waiting for the next book." -- Anonymous Internet Comment
From the Author
I took great care to make this "sequel" stand on its own.
Warning: reading this book first will make you want
to read The Fever.