Rancor: Sinister Attachments – Book Review


Rancor: Sinister Attachments

Author, Connie Myres

Book Synopsis

A Paranormal, Psychological Thriller
Sometimes, resentful spirits pursue souls until they get what they want—vengeance and sinful pleasures.

(Book 1) After Maggie McGee’s husband had committed suicide in their home, Maggie needed a place to live that would not remind her of the recent tragedy. She finds an affordable apartment in an old building sitting on a bluff along the shoreline of Lake Michigan. Maggie knew the building used to be a tuberculosis sanatorium, later transformed into a psychiatric hospital until finally closing its doors in 1969 due to patient abuse. However, what she did not know was that sometimes, sinister attachments from the past pursue souls until their evil needs are satisfied. Maggie questions her sanity and grasp of reality, as diabolic and envious predators work against her in this paranormal, psychological thriller.

Book Review

Personally, I found Rancor: Sinister Attachments to be an unique read. The characters are believable and the plot is strong. There are plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader on the edge of their seat.

The main character, Maggie, has a hard time grasping the reality of what is happening around, and to, her. Things she would normally catch onto, pass right by, without her noticing that something is not right. Of course, she is still in shock from her husband’s suicide.

I found the book to be an interesting and fast read. I highly recommend it to all fans of paranormal thrillers. Connie Myres has definitely been added to my list of favorite authors. I anxiously await Book 2!

I received a free PDF copy of Rancor: Sinister Attachments fro Story Cartel in exchange for an honest review.

Five Stars *****

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