Eric Praschan

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 67% (6 of 9)
In My Own Words:
I am the author of the bestselling James Women Trilogy, which includes Therapy for Ghosts, Sleepwalking into Darkness, and The Reckoning, as well as Blind Evil, a psychological thriller.

Interests
I love writing, reading, music, movies, and basketball.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 306,597 - Total Helpful Votes: 6 of 9
Day of the Vikings. A Thriller. (ARKANE Book 5) by J.F. Penn
5.0 out of 5 stars Mythical thriller, 14 July 2014
J.F. Penn dazzles again in this rollicking thriller. Dr. Morgan Sierra teams with Blake Daniel to stop a group of Neo-Vikings determined to resurrect the power of the Norse gods and bring about a cataclysm. The action is full-tilt from the onset and the reader is left little breathing room as the theft of a mythical staff leads to a series of bloody encounters.

Pennís prose is evocative as usual, drawing the reader in with a solid sense of setting and attention to detail. Her historical insight and well-laden research also shines through the narrative, providing additional substance to the frenetic pace. Day of the Vikings scores another hit in the ARKANE thriller series, and… Read more
Secrets Unraveled by J.J. Michel
Secrets Unraveled by J.J. Michel
4.0 out of 5 stars Intriguing premise, 21 Feb 2014
Secrets Unraveled is an interesting psychological journey in the life of the main character, Margaret. The reader is left guessing whether she is schizophrenic, psychic, or otherwise. Her struggle to maintain a position of authority in the Mt. Olive Baptist church against a string of gossiping, betraying figures adds to the tension.

JJ Michael creates a believable, conflicted protagonist in Margaret. Margaretís internal battle carries the story forward, as she hears voices and wonders whether to obey their demands. Some of the secrets of her past add a unique element to the narrative, and the story centers around spiritual themes. Besides a few formatting issues and spelling… Read more
The Doom Murders by Brian O'Hare
The Doom Murders by Brian O'Hare
5.0 out of 5 stars First rate thriller, 18 Feb 2014
Brian OíHare weaves a spellbinding tale in this Irish thriller. Jim Sheehan, a Chief Inspector, investigates a series of grisly murders committed by a radical, ruthless killer who appears to be driven by an unstoppable religious fanaticism. The plot unfolds with a myriad of intriguing characters, clever crime scene portrayals, and a fascinating theological undercurrent.

Sheehanís character is multi-faceted, and his emotional arc drives the story. The brisk pace carries the reader along, and OíHare skillfully provides a balance of witty interaction between the detectives and an in-depth forensic approach to the investigation. Thought-provoking, emotional, and gut-wrenching,… Read more