Review: The Nocturnal Devil: A Griffin Knight Mystery Thriller (The Griffin Knight Series Book 3) by Miguel Angel Hernandez Jr.
“The Nocturnal Devil” is a fast-paced, action-packed story with recurring characters we know and love. I will admit the first chapter had me cringing, like it was trying too hard, but the rest of the killers chapters were well done and I appreciated that.
I wish more was done with the mansion and the horror movie theme. If the mummy in the corner really was a corpse wrapped in linen, or there was a “fake” body in the coffins, etc. that would have been cool.
I also wish with the killer was approached, there wasn’t an immediate explosion of gunfire or combat. That being said, Hernandez is a master at writing combat scenes and I rather enjoy reading them.
I do still enjoy the high-tech additions to the story, it definitely makes this series stand out.
The return of Sapphire is great, but I think it made me split focus with what else was really going on in the story, making it feel a bit more scattered, but I did still enjoy it.
The characters are great and fleshed out, and I can’t wait to read more.
All in all, this is a good read. Keep up the good work!
Literary Titan March 2023 Gold Book Award Winner
Indies Today 2022 Honorable Mention
When two women mysteriously disappear within a few days of each other, is it random, or is there something-or someone-more sinister at play?
Detective Griffin Knight was supposed to be at home recovering from the events of his recent investigation in Seattle, but his captain and police colleagues needed his help to find out what happened to the two missing women.
In New York City, there could be any number of explanations.
Did they run away? Were they kidnapped? Are they still alive, or is it too late?
Worst of all, could there be a dangerous new prowler in the city?
The clock is ticking; Griffin Knight must act quickly before someone else becomes a victim.
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