I can’t say much about the story of Death Cramps My Style, by Kristopher Hoffman, without spoiling the fun. Let’s just say that some down-to-earth characters, Evil, Feral, and Timber who think the supernatural is nonsense, find out they were premature in their judgement.
The characters are quirky, but believable, and I found myself caring about them despite their flaws. The dialogue is natural and organic, with an original storyline that is a sort of an alternative ending twist on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice.
If you decide to dive in and read, I’m certain you won’t regret it. Death Cramps My Style is the first in a trilogy of stories featuring these characters, and I for one will be reading the next two.
You can find Hoffman’s books on Amazon, or, if you’d rather not hand over most of the money to a billionaire and not the author, spend a couple more bucks and get an actual book at the author’s website.
See my review for book 3, Dirge (Ex Mortis book 3).
See my review for book 2, Full Moon on the Bayou (Ex Mortis book 2).