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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
Dark Hunger by Demetrius Sherman is a thrilling supernatural fiction novel about Peter Sunday, a private investigator in Chicago. A distraught mother comes to Peter's office to help her find her missing sixteen-year-old son. The last time she saw him was when he had gone to a job interview three days earlier. Peter has his partner, Tony Grey, an ex-policeman, do the leg work and investigate the boy's disappearance. Meanwhile, Brian Holmes, an investigative reporter, comes to Peter and asks him to take over an investigation that has been pulled. It seems that Brian's pulled story coincides with Peter and Tony's investigation.
A new company in the city is offering high wages for little or no experience. With Brian's information, Tony and Peter uncover the fact that others have also gone missing and left no trail. The one thing that all the missing persons have in common is the fact that none of them were ever seen again after leaving for a job interview. The common link seems to be the new business corporation, where no one who sets foot in it ever returns. Tony decides to go undercover as an applicant for a job at the questionable company. What evil is lurking in the city?
Dark Hunger by Demetrius Sherman is a heart-stopping supernatural thriller. This rousing book is far from your average detective sleuthing story. It has blood-chilling villains that are merciless and vile. The main characters, Peter, Tony, and Brian, have never been up against anyone or anything so despicable and dangerous. Typical methods of crime fighting don't work with these monstrous life forms. This is a spine-chilling thriller that will satiate fans of the supernatural genre. It is an interesting book with a fascinating premise.