ABOUT THE BOOK
An Australian alpine ghost town. A priest turned supernatural detective. A missing persons cold case. Will bolder track down the voracious demon?
When Detective Wellock hushers in Zack Bolder to investigate a missing person case in the Australian ghost town of Walhalla, they form the most formidable tag team of supernatural investigators, working for the police branch for unexplained crimes. Perched amongst the alpine area, this tourist backed ghost town is renowned for its gold mining past and stories of hardship, deprivation, and death. It becomes a perfect setting for an unexplained missing person’s cold case.
When Bolder realizes every demon has a weakness—it’s blindside, he confronts the demonic presence, head on for an ultimate encounter to save the town. As this evil entity is sly as a fox with more turns that a two-mile car racetrack, Bolder must be at his best to overcome the devil that has cursed the town since 1876.
Can Bolder uncover the curse that strangleholds the town and thrust out the evil entity before more innocent people go missing and suffer an imminent fate?
Bolder Blindsided is the first book of the Zack Bolder Supernatural Suspense Thriller Series. If you like a fast-moving, energetic, and nail-biting supernatural suspense thriller guaranteed to raise your heartbeat, then you will love this story by 2020 USA Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards Finalist in Supernatural Fiction, Janice Tremayne.
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Welcome to my stop for The Goddess Fish Promotions Book Blast for Bolder Blindsided by Janice Tremayne.
This book caught my eye because of the priest parapsychologist protagonist and I enjoyed the suspense thriller filled with humor, horror, and an interesting and thorough bit of detective work.
Walhalla is an Australian ghost town and a busy tourist area so when two tourists go missing, Father Bolder, trained in the supernatural and nicknamed “the spirit hunter”, is called in by his friend Senior Detective Sergeant Wellock to investigate the disappearances. After all, the town is filled with paranormal activity and Wellock is taking no chances. What they find is a very angry demon who has killed multiple victims. How will Father Bolder stop the hideous deaths?
Father Bolder is an unusual character with his love of deerstalker hats and his gun filled with silver bullets dipped in holy water. His fearless and confident investigative work assisted by the chain-smoking SDS Wellock is a fun dynamic and moves the story along at a nice pace.
I recommend this engrossing and eerie supernatural thriller for those who love demon hunters with a twist.
Thank you to Ms. Tremayne for giving me the opportunity to read the book with no expectation of a positive review.
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The screams continued to play out on the phone. Jamie was not holding it during the attack, but it laid on the floor next to him with the video running.
“He wanted us to see it,” said Bolder.
“Who, what do you mean?”
“The demon…he purposely put the phone on an angle so it could capture his possession of Jamie.”
“He wanted us to watch the whole dastardly act?”
“More than that…he wanted to make us sick. Frighten us into submission—give up and walk away.”
Fixated on the five-minute video; images of Jamie handled by the demon played out in the act of evil. The devil tied his feet and hands, and they slowly lifted him from the ceiling upside down—hanging like a bat. Jamie screamed in pain as the demon ripped off the skin from his torso to prepare the marking of the pentagram. Blood oozed from the deep red exposed flesh as agonizing cries of help went unanswered.
It was an evil creature with huffs and a tail…hairy lower body in the shape of a dog. The upper torso of the demon was human, and it still managed to stand on two feet. A face with an elongated nose, pointed ears and sabre like teeth that slithered with an extended tongue. Pale, and it looked like death with bloodshot eyes and deep crease lines along the cheeks. It had no hair on its head other than pultruding blue veins that looked ready to burst.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Janice Tremayne is an Amazon bestselling and award-winning ghost and supernatural writer. Janice is a finalist in the Readers’ Favorite 2020 International Book Awards in Fiction-Supernatural.
She is an emerging Australian author who lives with her family in Melbourne. Her recent publication, Haunting in Hartley, reached number one on the Amazon kindle ranking for Occult, Supernatural, and Ghosts and Haunted Houses categories, for hot new releases and bestsellers.
Janice is well-versed in her cultural superstitions and how they influence daily life and customs. She has developed a passion and style for writing ghost and supernatural novels for new adult readers.
The concept of writing the Haunting Clarisse series was spawned over a cup of coffee many years ago, and she has not looked back since. Her books contain heart-thumping, bone-chilling, and thought-provoking ghost and paranormal experiences that deliver a new twist to every tale.
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