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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Evil Trust is a suspense horror novel by bestselling author Marc Layton. Set during the Cold War in East Germany, the book follows Professor Erich Hasse, an intelligent man with a unique knack for dealing with anything supernatural. When an old printing house displays signs of a supernatural entity's presence, Hasse takes it upon himself to solve the mystery behind it. Meanwhile, a young girl named Brittany Delschaft is haunted by an unknown evil that threatens to harm everyone in her family. On the advice of a Stasi officer, her father seeks help from Professor Hasse, who instantly agrees to it. Hasse realizes that Brittany's dormant powers could assist him in tackling the evil in the printing house. But can Brittany learn to trust Hasse? How will Hasse's audacious plan work out?
Shrouded in mystery, suspense, and intrigue, Evil Trust is a page-turner of a novel you will want to read in one sitting. With compelling characters full of inner conflict and turmoil and a plot full of surprises, the narrative hooks you in from the first page and doesn't let you go until the end. Marc Layton brings a sense of tension and dread into the pages, crafting some chilling scenes that may keep the boldest horror fan awake at night. The unpredictability of the plot always keeps you on your toes, and there are a couple of unexpected twists that I never saw coming. Overall, I found Evil Trust to be a great horror masterpiece that horror lovers will savor with relish.