Review of ‘Loonies’

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Smoky Hollow, NH is a quiet town until newcomer Brian Keays, the town’s new newspaper editor, opens a trunk in his attic and discovers its grisly contents. Keays then finds himself chasing and being chased by an astonishingly odd cast of characters, from a firefighter ventriloquist with a mad dummy, to a sleep walker who ends up with strange things in his pockets. Death and destruction dogs his every step.

Loonies by Gregory Bastianelli is a thriller-mystery that lives up to its name—it’s filled with looney characters and weird situations, and will keep you guessing and gasping until the end.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review. I give it four stars.


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