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Smoke And Mirrors ➺ [Reading] ➼ Smoke And Mirrors By Matthew Ledrew ➯ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The approaching execution of Adam Genblade brings closure to the men and women of Coral Beach until people start showing up dead in the same manor they did when he was at large Now his victims are for The approaching execution of Adam Genblade brings closure to the men and women of Coral Beach until people start showing up dead in the same manor they did when he was at large Now his victims are forced to keep him Smoke And ePUB ´ alive in order to get their answers or accept that it may not have been him to begin with “Smoke And Mirrors is a mature and complex tale with many twists and turns that is sure to please fans of action drama horror and mystery”Jay Paulin Ink’d Well Comics June “LeDrew’s work is horror that emerges from the urban fantasy tradition — the introduction of a fantastical element into a true to life modern setting”The Telegram Aug “Matthew LeDrew has taken an intriguing concept and appears to know where it’s going”The Northeast Avalon Times May “This is the coalescence of what Black Womb is about the best of the series so far and leaves me wanting ”Steve Lake Sci Fi on the Rock TV.


9 thoughts on “Smoke And Mirrors

  1. Jay Paulin Jay Paulin says:

    The Black Womb lives thanks to Smoke and Mirrors Matthew LeDrew’s third novel in his saga Released by Engen Books in 2009 it is a mature and complex tale with many twists and turns that is sure to please fans of action drama horror and mystery If not for a dip in the middle portion this would easily be the best book – thus far – in the series As it stands it may be the most entertainingAlexander ‘Xander’ Drew has almost completely collapsed under the existence of his literal inner demons Mike Harris and Cathy Kennessy the two lovebirds have mixed feelings over Xander’s secret identity as the monster known only as the Black Womb To make matters worse Coral Beach has another problem on its hands You see its residents have a nasty habit of getting themselves abducted or murdered This time these crimes may not be caused by Xander’s alter ego or the incarcerated Adam Genblade currently serving time on death rowWe’re teased right off the bat In the Prologue a group of teens are hanging out before one boy is chased off Catching up with him a girl soon experiences her first kiss and sweetly swoons and bobs along That is until her head is slammed against the wall by an unseen assailant LeDrew is an excellent writer of tense seuences and teenage dialogue so as with the others in the series his strengths are on display immediatelyThis continues when Mike and Cathy on their way home from the local teen hangout hear a familiar terrifying sound We’re soon treated to a delicious game of sabre toothed tiger and mouseLeDrew introduces the rest of his cast early including Derek Smith who has really come into his own these last two books Surprisingly Smoke and Mirrors features as many adults as perhaps the first two books combined for better or for worse – on this later We also finally learn about the enigma that is Genblade through some entertaining prison scenes and visitations as well as well let’s just say you won’t be disappointedAs much as I enjoyed the first third I had some issues with the middle There are uite a few dialogue heavy scenes which is fine for the most part but some sections slowed things down too much Perhaps I’m missing something perhaps there are future plans but the morgue scenes seem unnecessary This particular book casts a brighter spotlight on the world of journalism but outside of appearances by poor Don Smith – a whipping boy of sorts at the local paper – these segments don’t accomplish muchOn the bright side the book really picks up momentum again in the final 100 pages LeDrew begins to pull the strings tighter and tighter drawing everything together multiple times before causing his characters to crash together in an explosive climaxAt this point I think the Black Womb itself can stop looking to the past and focus on the future With LeDrew at the helm I suspect things won’t get any easier and that’s good news for us fans of the series


  2. Kelly Kelly says:

    The trial of Genblade This book was a roller coaster of a story with plenty of twists and turns that keep you wondering how things are going to change and surprise you next With fresh murders to keep you guessing who's the cause of it all and the high emotions of the trial it's the kind of book that keeps you on the edge and makes you wonder if you actually know what's going on or if you're falling prey to the tricks of a psychopath


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9 thoughts on “Smoke And Mirrors

  1. Jay Paulin Jay Paulin says:

    The Black Womb lives thanks to Smoke and Mirrors Matthew LeDrew’s third novel in his saga Released by Engen Books in 2009 it is a mature and complex tale with many twists and turns that is sure to please fans of action drama horror and mystery If not for a dip in the middle portion this would easily be the best book – thus far – in the series As it stands it may be the most entertainingAlexander ‘Xander’ Drew has almost completely collapsed under the existence of his literal inner demons Mike Harris and Cathy Kennessy the two lovebirds have mixed feelings over Xander’s secret identity as the monster known only as the Black Womb To make matters worse Coral Beach has another problem on its hands You see its residents have a nasty habit of getting themselves abducted or murdered This time these crimes may not be caused by Xander’s alter ego or the incarcerated Adam Genblade currently serving time on death rowWe’re teased right off the bat In the Prologue a group of teens are hanging out before one boy is chased off Catching up with him a girl soon experiences her first kiss and sweetly swoons and bobs along That is until her head is slammed against the wall by an unseen assailant LeDrew is an excellent writer of tense seuences and teenage dialogue so as with the others in the series his strengths are on display immediatelyThis continues when Mike and Cathy on their way home from the local teen hangout hear a familiar terrifying sound We’re soon treated to a delicious game of sabre toothed tiger and mouseLeDrew introduces the rest of his cast early including Derek Smith who has really come into his own these last two books Surprisingly Smoke and Mirrors features as many adults as perhaps the first two books combined for better or for worse – on this later We also finally learn about the enigma that is Genblade through some entertaining prison scenes and visitations as well as well let’s just say you won’t be disappointedAs much as I enjoyed the first third I had some issues with the middle There are uite a few dialogue heavy scenes which is fine for the most part but some sections slowed things down too much Perhaps I’m missing something perhaps there are future plans but the morgue scenes seem unnecessary This particular book casts a brighter spotlight on the world of journalism but outside of appearances by poor Don Smith – a whipping boy of sorts at the local paper – these segments don’t accomplish muchOn the bright side the book really picks up momentum again in the final 100 pages LeDrew begins to pull the strings tighter and tighter drawing everything together multiple times before causing his characters to crash together in an explosive climaxAt this point I think the Black Womb itself can stop looking to the past and focus on the future With LeDrew at the helm I suspect things won’t get any easier and that’s good news for us fans of the series

  2. Kelly Kelly says:

    The trial of Genblade This book was a roller coaster of a story with plenty of twists and turns that keep you wondering how things are going to change and surprise you next With fresh murders to keep you guessing who's the cause of it all and the high emotions of the trial it's the kind of book that keeps you on the edge and makes you wonder if you actually know what's going on or if you're falling prey to the tricks of a psychopath

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