Title: Poe the Hunter: Bedlam in Baltimore
Author: Nathan Galion
Hunter by day and night.
Baltimore, Maryland. 1839.
In this series opener, Edgar Allan Poe and his partner, Nathaniel Quincy, investigate a series of dark and horrifying murders where the unknown, inhumane assailant feeds on the brain, heart, and liver of its victims.
What would be the menacing force behind this mystery? If you’re a fan of the dark and supernatural, find out!
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In the Poe the Hunter, we get a new take on Edgar Allen Poe, a fantastic look into a life of him as a demon hunter, desperate to avenge the love of his life. When his journey partners him with another hunter by the name of Nathaniel, they find themselves plunged into a battle of dark forces.
The story is unpredictable, full of suspense on every turn. In the prologue alone, I was reminded of Supernatural, and that was thought had me hooked. The characters are richly described in appearance and personality and the time period was set well.
All in all, a unique paranormal read.