October 14, 2009

Review: Murder in the Magick Club by Byron Lorrier


Product Description (taken from here):
“Pure porn!” the critics cry. “Throw it on the fire!” Murder in the Magick Club is an occult-themed murder mystery; perfect for your next banned-book bonfire. Murder in the Magick Club takes place in the exotic, faraway land of Tampa, Florida and offers an insider’s exposé of the “Salem of the South” . . . written straight from the spleen. Murder in the Magick Club is the first in a series wherein the victim needs killin’ and the murderer always gets away with it . . . maybe. All of the characters—moochy customers, cops, self-absorbed and wastrel staff, and the impotent, financially longsuffering owner of the Magick Club—are always ready with an easy bit of slander and perhaps an easy bit of murder. Murder in the Magick Club is a ripping good read to grab on the way to the beach, or to help set just-the-right-tone before the reader jumps off the Skyway Bridge. Perfect to curl up with a steaming hot cup of mugwort tea, a bottle or two of merlot, the beer bong &/or the hashish-stoked hookah.

This book should be read by adults only due to it's graphic nature. That being said, I enjoyed it. It's definitely not for the easily offended or squeamish.

Book Information:
Murder in the Magick Club by Byron Lorrier
BookSurge, LLC.
9781439208311
May 2009
354 pages
$17.99



Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book to keep in exchange for writing a fair and honest review.

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2 comments:

Byron A. Lorrier, Esq. said...

ty for your review
glad you enjoyed it
all the continued best-- b

Sheila Deeth said...

Not sure, but I'm intrigued. I'll look out for more reviews.