Chapel Street by Sean Paul Murphy (Book Review #949)


Chapel Street is a horror, mystery romance story about Rick Bakos and his life story.  He is accustomed to losing loved ones, all of which to suicide. He has lost his older brother, mother, father, and so many more losses that he becomes a genealogist in order to understand his family. Rick Bakos begins the story in September 2011 when he arrives home at her beautiful five-bedroom Victoria house.

The author wrote this book in a very chilling way. The slow and long paces of descriptive lingerings were skillfully designed. The narrative was in the first person, and that induced an individual perspective for the storytelling.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The characters were all very well synced together. There were elements of romance embodied into the story, which was a delightful addition. The descriptive scenes and character development were written with skills. I really enjoyed the book.

Written by Jeyran Main

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