Golem by PD Alleva (Book Review #1208)


Golem is a psychological horror story set in November 1951. The story begins when John Ashton, a WWII hero is given his first assignment. It’s a high-profile case where the district attorney Charles Xavier is involved. His daughter went missing two years ago and a new lead has induced a chance for them to find her.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Alena Francon claims she knows information of the child’s whereabouts and as Charles pursues the case, he realizes that a demonic force, Golem, is behind all of the disappearances, using children to do his bidding.

The story is extremely enticing and thrilling to read. The nature of the writing and narrative truly grabs your full attention and makes you want to know what happens next. Every scene is detailed and enjoyable to read.

I recommend this book to crime thriller readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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