Book Review: Lady in Flames by: Ian Lewis

Rating: 1/5

Publisher: Untreed Reads

Publish Date: August 14, 2012

Origins: From Author for Review

Format: E-book

Order From:  Amazon / Barnes & Noble

Synopsis: Every town has dirty secrets. And some say the sun doesn’t shine on Halgraeve. All I know is there’s one secret that’s about to be let out, and when it is, this town’s going to burn like the sun.

Low-lit haunts...salt-stained roads...a cursed little town. The murdered soul known as the Driver crosses over to the living to find himself steeped in a seething brew of arson, mindless violence, imposters, revenge, lost causes, and second chances. Some motives are more pure than others. Some wills are stronger. And some wrongs won’t get righted on their own. The Driver skirts the fringes of the physical world waiting for the time that he will intervene and claim his own sense of justice.

A new short story collection from Ian Lewis featuring The Driver, the otherworldly figure introduced in The Camaro Murders.

Review: When I read the description of ‘Lady in Flames’, I was intrigued. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to get into the stories and this ended up being a “Did Not Finish” for me.


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