Killing The Blood Cleaner Reviews

As a rule, Southern writers just seem to naturally have the ability to make the sights and sounds of the South - salt air are off coastal marshes, cypress moss swaying in the breeze, the stifling heat and humidity of a July summer's afternoon, leap off the pages, and Davis Hewitt is no exception to that rule. Add to Davis' commendable descriptive abilities a storyline woven with intrigue, tension, uncertainty, and the just the right amount of sex, and you have a very enjoyable tale from a new author. I for one eagerly look forward to Davis's next venture into the storytelling arena.

Philip W. Lorenz