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- By: J.F. Penn
- Narrated by: Rosalind Ashford
- Length: 7 hrs and 57 mins
When the body of a young heiress is found within the Royal College of Surgeons, Detective Sergeant Jamie Brooke is assigned to the case. She enlists Blake Daniel, a reluctant clairvoyant, to help her discover the message it holds. When personal tragedy strikes, Jamie has nothing left to lose and she must race against time to stop the mysterious Lyceum claiming another victim. As Jamie and Blake delve into a macabre world of grave robbery, body modification, and the genetic engineering of monsters, they must fight to keep their sanity, and their lives.
So much more than a thriller
- By Michael Parsley on 06-10-14
Not what I was expecting!
If you could sum up Desecration in three words, what would they be?
Gruesome. Disturbing. Riveting.
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I was not a fan of thrillers. Honestly I had never even read one. So I didn't really know what to expect. However, I had been a follower of the author and her podcast and was curious to check out her work. My opinion? It was good! Gruesome and revolting at times but good. If you can't handle hearing about decaying flesh and deformed cadavers floating in specimen jars... well then you might want to pass. But if you think you can handle that and are one that enjoys an almost procedural style story filled with mystery, murder, and a touch of romance then definitely check this out. You'll be revolted and yet you won't want to stop! Kudos to J.F. Penn for weaving an excellent tale!
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