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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The 666 Horrors Of Nicholas Blackheart: The Misfortune of Ronald Devil is an inventive piece of horror thriller fiction penned by author Alexander MID Night. In this first instalment to the series, we meet title character Nicholas as a young horror writer facing all the main problems that success at a young age brings him. Whilst his family problems seem like the only issue, Nicholas soon discovers that a deranged stalker of his has taken the plots of his horror novels and made them into grisly reality. Detective Rose turns up to help the young writer uncover the killer, but her own motivations for meeting Nicholas are less than noble at the start.
Mixing traditional horror with contemporary crime, this novel takes the conspiracy and serial killer genres to an interesting level of detail and intricacy. The criminal plot itself is well considered, making Nicholas essential in figuring out the deranged mind of the man who is stalking him. The central relationship with Rose is wittily penned, providing a relationship story line alongside the main plot. I felt sometimes the characters behaved much older than they were described. However, the skills and wits they acquire suit them well as they go deeper into the mystery surrounding why the killer is targeting Nicholas, and the overall conclusion to the plot was satisfying and exciting to read. Overall, I’d recommend The 666 Horrors Of Nicholas Blackheart: The Misfortune of Ronald Devil to any reader that wants to experience a deeply involved psychological crime drama.