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Reviews in Brief: Evil Ways by Justin Gustainis

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From the pen of Justin Gustainis comes another page turner…

Quincey Morris and Libby Chastian are not your everyday, ordinary private detectives. They specialize in supernatural cases that involve witchcraft, vampires, werewolves and all sorts of preternatural creatures.

In this story, an eccentric billionaire named Walter Grobius has one thing in his agenda: to control the world using the most devastating evil known to man, a powerful evil that can be traced back to biblical times. Children across the country are being kidnapped and brutally mutilated; good witches are being killed. For what purpose?

As Grobius prepares for the ‘big ritual’, the one that will make him immortal and grant him the power that he’s always wanted, Morris and Chastian team up once again to fight evil. But will they walk out of it alive?

Evil Ways is the second book in the Morris and Chastian Investigation dark fantasy series. Like in the first book, the author delivers a thrilling ride filled with action, suspense and interesting twists and turns. The pace moves pretty quickly, and the story kept me engrossed from beginning to end. What I enjoy most about this series is the protagonist, Quincey Morris. He’s the good guy next door, the guy with the big heart and high sense of justice, and with a touch of vigilantism in him — but of course, he’s also an expert at fighting supernatural fiends. If you like novels about the battle of good vs. evil, you’ll love Justin Gustainis’ books.

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About Mayra Calvani

Mayra Calvani writes fiction and nonfiction for children and adults and has authored over a dozen books, some of which have won awards. Her stories, reviews, interviews and articles have appeared on numerous publications such as The Writer, Writer’s Journal, Multicultural Review, and Bloomsbury Review, among many others. Represented by Serendipity Literary.