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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
The blood of an Aztec blood ritual that took place in ancient times threatens the lives of a doctor in Maine in the spectacular paranormal thriller, The Blood of the Viper (A Kate Pomeroy Mystery) by Linda Watkins. Ready to settle down and start their family, Doctor Kate Pomeroy and her husband Jeremy return to their island home in Maine. Believing that their friend Omer killed her nemesis, Sokolov, Kate puts her past behind her and welcomes her new baby into the world. Kate is happy to return to her practice, and Jeremy is excited to be back on his boat. Unfortunately, when an eccentric gentleman buys the large residence next door, the peace and serenity they had finally earned are put to the test. Their new elusive new neighbor and his household are up to something menacing and have targeted Kate and Jeremy. What is this stranger's purpose in coming to Storm Island? Can Kate and Jeremy survive his evil plan?
Featuring a horrifying Aztec myth, The Blood of the Viper (A Kate Pomeroy Mystery) by Linda Watkins is a breathtaking thriller that will have you sitting on the edge of your seat from the first page until the startling conclusion. Impeccably written, it is a riveting story containing a chilling plot, paranormal elements, and sinister villains. Although this book is one in a series, it does well as a standalone. Picking up where the previous stories left off, the plotline and characters mature and the saga continues. If obsession, revenge, and blood-tingling scenes delight you, this is a series you don't want to miss. Phenomenal as always!