Plot: Reading this book is as entertaining and riveting watching a film. However, the author should consider fewer POV characters so that readers can focus on the plot, especially at the beginning of the story.
Prose/Style: The prose flows well, and word choice is exquisite.
Originality: Again, the prose elevates this novel. Deanne and Sara are strong characters, but the book would benefit from less points of view so that readers can focus.
Character Development: The characters are believable, and this book is worthy of a wide readership. Focusing on a few main characters would keep the plot and perspectives structured.
Powerful prose and strong characters make this supernatural mystery a satisfying read and a page-turner.
Date Submitted: April 02, 2019
Zell’s fans will want to grab this one, and new readers of his work will be entranced by his settings, people, and most of all his eerie, unchained true creature.
True Creature will launch on Kindle, March 15, 2019, and in paperback and hardcover that same week!
"Author Steve Zell has created a twisted tale that centers on vengeance, memory and the mystical powers of water in his newest book, True Creature."
"Zell’s fans will want to grab this one, and new readers of his work will be entranced by his settings, people, and most of all his eerie, unchained true creature."
-- Feathered Quill Book Reviews
Politics, Murder...and Water...Just had the pleasure of being interviewed by author, Barbara Bamberger Scott, about my supernatural suspense novel, True Creature! The story revolves around a series of murders connected to a massive water project meant to bring life and prosperity to Phoenix, Arizona in 1968, and two female investigators who team up to solve them.
True Creature is now available in Kindle and paperback!
A supernatural murder mystery two women must solve to survive...
The paperback actually came out a touch early - but both the Kindle and paperback versions are now on Amazon! Audio version to hit the market by April's end.