Blood Fugue introduces readers to Jenny, a young woman who, after the deaths of her parents and grandparents, believes she is alone in the world. Then, she gets an email from her supposedly dead grandfather. She’s smart enough to know that there’s no net service to the cemetery which means one of two things, either someone is pulling her leg, or else he isn’t dead.
With the help of her best friend, she goes to the address and finds an old, wheel chair bound man. Is it really her grandfather? If so, why has he pretended to be dead all these years? And what does he mean when he says there is a creature stalking him?
Before she really understands what’s going on , Jenny finds herself sitting in a tree stand, a rifle in her hands, waiting for what she believes may be an imaginary monster. But it turns out monsters aren’t imaginary, and the events of that night will change her and her life.
A great read that I found hard to put down. Wesley’s prose are creative, with just the right amount of tough talk to make it a thriller. I’m looking forward to the second book in the series. be warned, though, this is not full novel length – more of a long short story – but still well worth the $ .99.
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