Moving In Shadows

A Para-normal Anthology

Fiction - Anthology
138 Pages
Reviewed on 01/13/2014
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Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite

Moving in Shadows by P.J. Lawton consists of nine very different short tales of the paranormal. Each story in this collection is unlike the others, offering the reader a wide selection. While each story varies, they all are good. The subjects include time travel, aliens, ghosts, the Grim Reaper, future sight, a ghost car, a ghost on a bridge, the fountain of youth, and Native American spirit helpers. I found each story to be compelling and well presented. I also thoroughly enjoyed reading this book all the way through. In most anthologies, I often find one or two stories I don’t care for, but such is not the case with Moving in Shadows.

P.J. Lawton has a broad repertoire of publications, covering several genres. These include private detective mystery-adventure novels, a time travel mystery novel, a Sci-Fi private detective mystery novel, paranormal and Sci-Fi short e-books, two volumes of horror and Sci-Fi short stories (including “Moving in Shadows”), and four children's books. It’s apparent he must be doing something right! Lawton has a way with words, along with a knack for twisted or unexpected endings. His stories are concise, yet leave out nothing. If Moving in Shadows is a typical example of Lawton’s work, he is a force to be reckoned with. I urge all fans of any of the above listed genres to check out Lawton’s work. Moving in Shadows is the perfect anthology by which you can sample some excellent writing.