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5.0 out of 5 starsI love all of Ron Ripley's books
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2017
I love all of Ron Ripley's books, I just discovered him this year and have burned through them all! I really enjoyed the continuation of this series. One thing I do not like though is that, reading his books on my kindle it tells me that I am 87% through the book and then BAM the story is over and the % remaining is bonus scenes. I like the bonus scenes... with this book though the ending just seemed really abrupt, if that makes sense. Overall I really enjoyed it, I think the character development is moving along greatly. The twists and turns of the plot keep it interesting. I am excited to see where the series goes with the changes to the character list. Hopefully Shane can stop back in for a bigger role, though he is probably busy with his new ghost guest from the last book! If you have enjoyed his other books, you will undoubtedly enjoy this one as well :)
4.0 out of 5 starsAnother good entry in the series
Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2018
Another good book from Mr. Ripley in this series. I like his books because they're not real scary, just creepy, and they are very well written. I'm glad he changed things around a bit with the addition of Tom, as it was getting a little stale. Actually, my reviews for these books are also getting a little stale ;-), so this will probably be the last one. But I do think Mr. Ripley is the best in the Scare Street group.
These books are many layered. Each book has another completely vicious character. All are different, but still have a motive for what they do. Book is creepy, visceral and keeps me reading. Will order next one!
5.0 out of 5 starsEverything gets more complicated with every book it seems
Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2020
Blood in the Mirror is the great third book in the Haunted Collection series by Ron Ripley. The author wrote an incredible book that fits perfectly into the series, but is different from the prior two. The pace is just right and you never feel like you are waiting for something to happen. The plot is nicely developed in this third book.
He is introducing Ivan in this book now and how he is interfering in everything, like things are not difficult enough as it is? At least he also wants to stop Stefan but for other reasons and his ulterior motives are not good in any case. And who is helping Ivan (Stefan's dead father)?
Now Victor, Jeremy and their new help Tom sure have their work cut out for them. Not only do they have to stop the damage that the items Stefan is selling doing, but they also are trying to stop Stefan but also have to worry about Ivan not wanting them to interfere with Stefan. Yes, life definitely has gotten very difficult and I don't think it is getting easier any time soon. But I am curious to see what case they will have to tackle next.