Book Tour Review: Portraits in Flesh by M.W. Brown

Portraits in Flesh
by M W Brown
Genre: Supernatural Thriller
Annabelle has discovered she can instantly transport herself to the destination
on her satnav. Although ghost like when she travels, her remarkable
ability takes her from England to France, Croatia and beyond.
As Annabelle explores her potential it puts her life and the lives of
those she loves in danger and leads her into the path of an enigmatic
and intelligent serial killer.
What will he do if he discovers Annabelle’s ability?
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 M.W. Brown hooked this reader from the get-go with the story of Annabelle! The epilogue definitely sets the genre stage as a thriller ~ severed hand anyone? Wonderful character and plot building into quite the suspenseful read. Excellent writing ~ sucked me right in and along with Annabelle as she transports herself around the world until she stumbled upon a serial killer. An emotional roller coaster with feelings of hatred towards Bardell and anguish, heartbreak, wonder to name a few others.
Highly recommend this page turner, left me guessing until the end, but in all honesty, I should have seen it. Very thrilled to have been a part of a book tour for Portraits in the Flesh. Will be looking for more from this author! Love their writing!
M W Brown likes to sneak away and travel to planet Bowie to write
horror, supernatural thrillers and anything dark that pops into the
imagination en route. Ziggy, Aladdin and the Thin White Duke supply
copious amounts of coffee while keeping the mood suitably twisted.
While on planet earth, M W Brown wanders around in the middle of the
UK and, when not working, can be found people watching and searching
for the elusive ‘normal person’ to study and dissect.

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