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The Camaro Murders by Ian Lewis

The Camaro Murders

by Ian Lewis

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This is well written with the central supernatural aspect fitting in seamlessly. Other reviews indicated the ending might be unsatisfying - I found the ending perfect following the careful construction of the story and characters and scenes. ( )
  BridgitDavis | May 13, 2017 |
The Sheriff of a small town reopens an investigation after a mysterious black camaro reappears.

The author does a great job juggling multiple first person point of views. ( )
  JenniferRobb | Jan 17, 2016 |
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When a local girl disappears, Sheriff Eustace Hildersham focuses on the suspect vehicle-- a black Camaro. Behind the wheel of the Camaro, a murdered soul known as The Driver wanders between the living and the dead, at odds with himself and the girl's killer. Culver Crisp, the girl's childhood friend, shoulders the guilt of having put her in harm's way as well as the knowledge he should have died too. August Burroughs, the victim of an unrelated murder, is drawn into the Driver's world and must choose a side in a secret fight for Culver's soul. Sheriff Eustace Hildersham is still haunted by these events thirteen years later, fearing that he'll never be able to put the case to rest, when the Driver's phantom Camaro suddenly returns to the area. As Hildersham struggles to make sense of bizarre clues and the Driver's appearances, he continues to probe until he unearths the fragmented truth of the events of that winter.… (more)

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