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Death Most Wicked (The Devil's Due Collection The Prequel) by [Albracht, Suzi]
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  • File Size: 1656 KB
  • Print Length: 267 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: August 6, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013L1QJ04
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Albracht’s paranormal horror mystery starts out much the same as any other police mystery. It soon departs into something a bit strange as bodies begin to melt into nothing but goo. Next, we find Anthony who is a bit weird descending into the truly creepy. If you love to be scared, this is the stuff of nightmares.

I found Death Most Wicked to be a read-in-one-sitting-and-snap-at-Hubby-for-interrupting-me type of story. We can’t stop reading because our hero Mikael Ruskoff must find the serial killer before he kills again and if we stop reading Mikael might not get there in time.

While we are engaged in the mystery of the serial killer and the goopy killer, we have a few other mysteries to contemplate. What is the matter with Bill? Who really is Mikael’s father? Why is someone following Sofia?

All in all, Albracht has set us up for a full series of mysteries with the compassionate Detective Mikael Ruskoff as our hero.
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This is my first read from this author and I was thoroughly impressed by it. There were some unexpected twists in the already gruesome tale of what was first thought to be a case of a child serial killer that made it way more menacing than I anticipated. I was really drawn into the characters and their plights. The character background on Mikael Ruskoff was well constructed and the evolution of his story was very realistic, which would make this even more disturbing...if it wasn't fiction. I enjoyed this book and will likely read the sequel whenever it's released.
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I’ve read Abracht’s, The Devil’s Lieutenant, and found myself totally caught up in a world of horror, unlike many I’ve read. Death Most Wicked is a bit of a twist in that it’s a needed prequel to Lieutenant, answering the question: what’s Mikael Ruskoff’s story? And now I get it, all of it – and it isn’t pretty – in a double-lock the doors and windows kind of way. Little girls are kidnapped and found murdered, with no clues left behind. Detective Ruskoff is charged with finding the killer, unwary of the evil influence behind the mystery. Albracht does a great job in ratcheting-up the stakes and suspense with each turn of the page. The surprises come fast and gritty, relationships form and crumble, and evil, in the form of Dimitry Ivanovitch, supplies a wealth of creepy chills. This book is a must for readers of horror.
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Thinking I’d read this book leisurely over the course of a few days, I started it one evening. After a few minutes I realized two things: I should have begun this during daylight, and I wasn’t going to bed until I finished it! I turned on every light in my house, sat back down and continued.

Rather than tell you what the book is about, you can read that in the description and in the other reviews, I want to tell you how I felt while reading this creepy page-turner. I don’t read a lot of horror because I am a big wimp, BUT if the writing is compelling I can’t resist. Author Suzi Albracht sucked me into the story and didn’t let go until the end. I didn’t take any breaks because I couldn’t stop reading. That is the sign of a talented writer. Read this and be astounded by the plot twists and originality contained within this book.

To give you an idea of what to expect, here’s a quote from the first chapter: “And then he felt it…a twitching, squiggly sensation under his eyelid.”
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By B. Martin on September 7, 2015
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This is one creepy novel. First you have a man who wants a little sister so desperately he's willing to kidnap children, only to kill them when they refuse to live inside his shed. Then you have this hellish substance that turns victims into puddles of bloody liquid. And in the middle of all this is Mikael Ruskoff, a homicide detective who's charged with solving a seemingly never ending string of murders.

Suzi Albracht has a fantastic imagination, and she does a wonderful job bringing this disturbing tale to life. Twists abound. Characters are connected in ways you least expect. And it's all presented in a way that will leave you on the edge of your seat. (or in my case, my bed) Definitely a novel horror fans will want to check out.
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Creepy in so many ways, this book blends murder, mayhem and the paranormal in a bone-chilling story. The pursuit of a child-killer unleashes a series of ghastly events in the life of Detective Mickael Ruskoff. It's not just the grisly murders of children by a deranged killer, but the secrets in his own life that are revealed as events spiral more and more out of control. The well-written story of a police investigation in pursuit of a serial killer morphs into something much more horrific--if that's possible. Death Most Wicked is a dark, disturbing tale that has a surprisingly complex protagonist caught in a tangled web of diabolical circumstances. His character, alone, makes it worthwhile reading more of this author's work. There's an interesting plot line that will keep you wondering what happens next as well. I'm pulling for the detective to outwit the circumstances that have compromised him in the most fundamental human terms. Will he succeed? We'll all have to read more to find out. Five Grippingly Macabre Stars!
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Death Most Wicked is part crime fiction (abduction and murder of girls) and part horror (bodies dissolved into a gooey mess). Eventually the two separate homicide stories intertwine, both drawing Detective Mikael Ruskoff further toward an evil secret society, headed by the father who deserted Mikael's family. You get a taste of the unexpected in the beginning, then things appear to be normal homicide. Once the murder of the girls is resolved, the story picks up its pace and takes a turn toward the bizarre.

If you enjoy something out of the ordinary, I think you'll enjoy this book, and the series that follows.
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