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Five, Six, Grab Your Crucifix by Willow Rose (46)

  • Kindle: 5994 KB
  • Print: 306 pages
  • Publisher: BUOY MEDIA; 2 edition (December 2, 2012)
  • ASIN: B00AHF5IMI



It was supposed to be a vacation, but instead reporter Rebekka Franck confronts her most baffling case yet! When a priest’s exorcism goes awry, Rebekka must pick up the pieces and discover the mystery behind an evil force.

Rebekka and Sune are on a vacation in Northern Zeeland when they suddenly find themselves involved in what turns out to be their strangest case to this date.


Willow Rose has written another mystery-series that also takes place in the small kingdom of Denmark. Currently she has released 10 books in her Emma Frost-series.
She has also just released the first book in a new series taking place in Cocoa beach, Florida. The first book is called Hit the Road Jack (Jack Ryder #1). Also don't miss out on her 7th street crew-series. It is getting lots of raving reviews.



My review for One, Two, He Is Coming For You
My review for Three, Four, Better Lock Your Door


REVIEW:
Another great read!!
To be honest, when I started this one, I wasn't sure I was going to like it. I am not a fan of demonic possessions and religious things along that nature, so I wasn't falling into the story at first. 
Then the story changed. So did my interest.
After that, I was reading a thrilling and scary story! I was rapt!
The thing is, something like this could actually happen. Maybe even has happened before in some weird way. I do remember a former Russian spy having the same fate once....
Anyway, read this series! Rebekka Frank is a take-no-nonsense character that you will really enjoy!
I do wish there was more focus on the cult aspect to it all though. My only gripe, I guess, other than the slow beginning.


3/5



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