Sunday, June 17, 2007

The Best Of Evil By Eric Wilson

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This is the first installment in the Aramis Black series, and it is a wonderful start! Eric Wilson has a knack for the surprise in a suspense novel, and his characters are broody yet magnetic.

Aramis Black has finally gottne his life on track. He has opened his own coffee shop and named it in memory of his mom--Black's. But his past follows him to Nashville, and the clash of evil and good will not letting him go.

When a man is shot to death in his coffee shop, Aramis gets drawn into an age old mystery that has surrounded his family for two centuries. Lured by fortune, many have suffered greatly to solve this mystery.

Will Aramis be the one to unravel the threads? Or will someone else get to the answer first? And what will it cost Aramis and his family?

Filled with twists and turns, "The Best of Evil" satisfies on every level. I think this is Eric Wilson's best writing to date! I'm pleased to add him to my list of suspense favorites.

"The Best of Evil" gets four bookmarks and a teeny-tiny espresso cup charm...wrapped in an embroidered handkerchief. Why, you ask?? Well, you'll just have to read the book, won't you??

Happy Reading!



Denise said...

You are wonderful at doing reviews.

Amy said...

I am looking forward to reading this. I have read "Dark to Mortal Eyes" and "Expiration Date" and enjoyed them both.

Thanks for the review.