Monsters

Monsters Doyle Godwin works nights as a Private Investigator in the small town of Gabriel s Horn He has learned how to hide his twisted giant frame in the dark avoiding the cruel eyes and taunts of the local

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  • Title: Monsters
  • Author: Gareth S. Young
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Doyle Godwin works nights as a Private Investigator in the small town of Gabriel s Horn He has learned how to hide his twisted, giant frame in the dark, avoiding the cruel eyes and taunts of the locals as he ekes out a living tracking down adulterers and other night dwellers, living vicariously through the images he captures on camera Lurking in the shadows, he is contenDoyle Godwin works nights as a Private Investigator in the small town of Gabriel s Horn He has learned how to hide his twisted, giant frame in the dark, avoiding the cruel eyes and taunts of the locals as he ekes out a living tracking down adulterers and other night dwellers, living vicariously through the images he captures on camera Lurking in the shadows, he is content with his world until, one day, the only woman he ever loved walks into his office and hires him to find her missing daughter Emmy Watson is losing hope After three long weeks, her daughter Scarlett remains missing and the FBI have slowly removed themselves from the search, leaving an impotent Sheriff s department no closer to solving the kidnapping Her heart broken and her nerves frayed to their ends she hires Doyle, Sheriff Reid s main suspect, forcing the town s Boogieman out into the daylight Sheriff Emerson Watts has discovered a body beneath Mt Rainier s watchful gaze An ex FBI agent with a once bright future, he sifts through the detritus of the murder scene and realizes there might be a connection between his case and the missing girl in Gabriel s Horn Trying to meet with Sheriff Reid, he instead bumps into the deformed detective and triggers an avalanche which threatens to swallow them all up MONSTERS is a dark, complex, character driven psychological thriller This 93,000 word story mixes strong themes family, friendship, love, loss and betrayal and features a protagonist who echoes classic characters like The Hunchback, Frankenstein s Monster and The Phantom This story is aimed at adults of all ages.
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    • C.L. Denault says:

      Doyle Godwin prefers to hide in the shadows. A small-town resident with a painful past and bleak future, he earns his living helping others as a private investigator. Then he takes on a case that hits a little too close to home. As he works to unravel the mystery behind the kidnapping of a young girl, he stumbles onto secrets more twisted than he ever thought possible. The clock is ticking…can he save the girl…and save himself?Monsters is a complex psychological thriller with a fascinating p [...]

    • Y.I. Washington says:

      A Different Kind of HeroMonster tells the story of a private detective that is far from cliché and a kidnapping case plus a murder case that shines light on the true monsters in a tiny town in Washington State.Well written with only a few grammatical errors, this story grabbed me from the beginning. I hope there will be more stories with Doyle, Watts, Manny and Persephone.

    • Greta Turnbull says:

      I loved this book. I could not wait to see what was going to happen next and so I could not put it down. It is a must read.

    • Danielle Young says:

      It is every parents worst fear. Losing a child. For Emmy Watson it has become a reality. On Halloween when everyone is dressed as ghouls and goblins, knights and superheroes, and children are excited and carefree, Emmy Watson's daughter, Scarlett, goes missing. There are no leads and seems to be no hope, so Emily turns to an old high school friend, turned private detective Doyle Godwin for help. He has a reputation of getting the job done, but he is as mysterious as his methods. To many he is th [...]

    • S.J. Cairns says:

      I seldom stray from my beloved genres but am branching out. ‘Monsters’ gives me a reason to seek others like it while knowing I’ve never read something that made me fall in love with the main character so quickly. Doyle Godwin is not your average Private Investigator. You won’t find a jilted ex-wife, a military past, a boss threatening to can him if he screws up one more time, or the typical fractured man in a yummy package waiting for the right damsel in distress to add glitter to his o [...]

    • Christina Esdon says:

      Monsters is a great suspense by Gareth S. Young. The characters are complex and well-developed with twists and turns in the plot to keep you questioning everyone's motives. The main character Doyle is my favourite. He's dark and complicated, yet you feel for him and cheer for him throughout the story. Based on the author's bio, it appears there will be another "Monsters" story in the future, and I look forward to its release. In the meantime, I will be reading other works by this author as he pa [...]

    • Megan says:

      Gritty crime/suspense novels are not something I often pick up, but I loved this one. Every single character in this book is fully fleshed out, but not in a tedious way. They’re real. The mystery also kept me going most of the way through the book. I thought a few times that I’d solved it, only to be shown that no, in fact I had not. It was a great read, and I’m awaiting the next release by Gareth S. Young with much anticipation.

    • Alex Brightsmith says:

      I was repeatedly drawn back to this book, despite starting it in an unfortunately pernickety mood and having to read it in sparse and inadequate snatches (due to never getting round to getting a Kindle reader for my phone), by its involving characters and the mystery at its heart. Personally I found the voice uncomfortable, but I suspect that was only due to a lack of familiarity with the cadences of the accent.

    • Amberlee Cave says:

      Good bookI was torn between giving this book 4 or 5 stars. I decided on 5 because while I wish there was a little more to the ending, the book itself was good. You could never tell who was really a good guy or bad guy and I love stories that keep you guessing the whole time. It makes me want to get to the end that much faster. The story was pretty easy to follow along and I loved the characters. Definitely worth a read.

    • Sara Stewart says:

      I LOVE Doyle! He is the perfect anti-hero. A man living with a debilitating illness who still makes a difference in this world. There was a great twist with WHO the bad guys really were it just goes to show that you cannot judge a book by it's cover (meaning Doyle). Hoping there are more books to come with Doyle.

    • Carey Heywood says:

      This is such a great book. I don't read much suspense but I could not put this book down. The story is way different but the delivery and pace reminded me of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. If you liked that book buy this one. I felt so bad for the main character Doyle, I wanted to fix him, because he felt so real.

    • Tym says:

      Read the preview and I loved it! I definitely suggest anyone give it a shot. I plan on getting the real thing. When I do you'll all know what I think

    • Katharina Gerlach says:

      good story, but the change of viewpoints during a scene was jarring. Other then that, great read.

    • Alan Bain says:

      'Monsters' tells the tale of a kidnapped child from a small, run down and forgotten town and the subsequent efforts of the private investigator hired to find her by a desperate mother. It is a story where no-one is quite what they seem, and where everyone has something to hide. Except the PI himself, who monstrously deformed, matches none of the current stereotypes of the detective, and who immediately becomes the prime suspect in the case he has been hired to crack. He is deformed and hideous, [...]

    • Lisa C. says:

      Pretty predictable and not a bad mystery. There was too much 'f' word imho.

    • AH says:

      Kindle free download 2/26/12

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