The Town Of Griswold Book Review #32
The Town Of Griswold is the third book in the Berkely Street Series by Ron Ripley.
The Town Of Griswold By Ron Ripley
Here’s the blurb from Goodreads:
Taking a much-needed break, ghost hunter, Shane Ryan, spends a day exploring an old New England town. What starts as a hike, becomes a deadly game of cat and mouse with a malevolent ghost who preys upon unsuspecting visitors. Shane has seen his share of bad spirits, but nothing could have prepared him for the evil predator dogging his trail.
Abel Latham is the scourge of Griswold, a deathly quiet town populated by the undead. Abel stalks the hapless victims who stumble onto his unholy ground before torturing them to death. The police rarely notice who’s missing until two brothers disappear and the only clues are the boys’ abandoned trucks and blood. Lots of blood.
Though shaken by the gruesome details of Abel’s depraved life and dreadful crimes, Shane knows his new job is to end Latham’s reign of terror and his vengeance for blood. As Shane hunts his ghostly mark, he prays he won’t be the next grisly artifact found in Griswold Forest!
This series of books seems to get a bit more gruesome with each new book! The evil ghost in Griswold is called Abel and he likes to torture his victims before finishing them off.
Shane didn’t start out ghost hunting, he was out for a hike with Courtney, who we met on Squirrel Island in book 2, but when he comes across Abel in the town of Griswold and only just manages to get away, he knows he has to go back and stop Abel from hurting anyone else.
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