The Siren and the Specter by Jonathan Janz
Publisher: Flame Tree Press
Publication Date: September 6, 2018
Paperback Edition: 288 Pages
Paperback Edition Price: $14.95 USD
Hardback Edition: 288 Pages
Hardback Edition Price: $24.95 USD
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David is a respectable writer in his field, being known across the globe. But when his friend Chris and his wife Katherine Mayr invite him to the Alexander house, what has David bargained for to much this time? Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse? Your old friends turn against you. A haunted house that use to belong to Judson Alexander, the psycho everyone used to call “Governor.”
David believes this to be just a regular thing, until things start going wrong and people start dying. Now it’s up to David and Jessica to find the real killer. But can David trust Jessica? Is Jessica hiding something?
I have to personally say, “Siren and the Specter” has been a weird but intriguing rollercoaster. From David first accepting to come home, where things went wrong for him, to him finding out who the killer is, including the death of Anna. But is their something more awful and sinister going on here is the prime question. There is only one way to find out. I would recommend this book, to adult readers based on the fact there are so seriously wicked sex scenes in this book.(Cringe) All together though, this is a great book about lies, bravery and forgiveness.