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Has ghost hunter Shane Ryan finally met his match?

Years of brutal combat and a never-ending battle against supernatural evil have taken a heavy toll on Shane Ryan. Now, as he searches for the man responsible for the recent thefts of haunted objects in New England, he finds himself wondering if the world would be better off without him...

But before he can succumb to the dark thoughts tormenting him, the former Marine receives a desperate call for help: A deadly spirit has infested a nearby seminary and has unleashed its bloody wrath on the local townsfolk.

Shane is determined to destroy this evil force before it can harm anyone else. But even he can’t take on such a powerful enemy alone. Luckily, before Shane could enter the foe’s decrepit lair, he is joined by a pair of old allies.

Will their combined forces be enough to defeat the sinister fiend? Or will they be forever scarred by the touch of sin?

©2021 Scare Street (P)2021 Scare Street

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This is book 5 of 6 - and the story never slows

You will enjoy this series to no end. Shane Ryan is an amazing character - first met in the Moving In Series - and you really get to know him in Berkley Street series - and I think is nearly everyone's favorite character. The first "ghost" is in an old seminary - and calls himself "original sin" - and is definitely a spooky character!

This story also goes further into the character who is BEHIND the collection of haunted items and his plan - and Shane needs to confront him and stop him!

The evil character is one of our favorites from Haunted Village -

Get ready to fully enjoy this series....

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Great

Another truly great Scare Street horror book. Love listening to all these. Would make a great series or movie.

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From thoms wonderful narration to rons continuing story. where can you go wrong? I loved seeing Carl in action quite exciting. Eloise made !e mad but that's another story great book great series love it.

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Great book!

This one has lots of violence and death! Sinners beware! Confessing your sins won’t save your soul if you enter the seminary!

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I'm so ready for something to happen to Alex, he needs to be put out of his own misery. I'm just floored at the twists is this book.

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Love Shane 💘 Ryan

This is a great continue story line for Shane and Frank. What will happen next???

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I absolutely loved this series and this is the best yet. So glad Shane Ryan is doing what he is the best at destroying evil ghosts as well as murderers. I’m really upset Alex has become a mini Abel and finds out what caused his change but he is losing it and his controlling of Timmy. Also love characters from previous series are in the book Tom, Victor, Frank come to help Shane with the ghost in the church and Eloise misbehaves badly and poor Victor gets the blunt of it. Love that Shane continues romance with Jacinta. Cannot wait for Shadows End to be on audible

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l loved this book, can't wait for the next one. Everything must end but I am going to be sad to see this series end.

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  • Suzanne B
  • 04-01-21

I Love Ron Ripley, Just Not This One

Okay, so I've read all 5 books (thus far, about to read the 6th book tonight) and I just finished Sin's Judgment last night. I have to say that out of all five books, this is the one I least liked and wish I could have skipped over, if it hadn't been pertinent to the whole story. I absolutely LOVE Ron Ripley's books, have read so many of them, but I didn't like this one very much. If not for Thom Bowers' incredible narration, this would have sucked. I hated the entire thing with young Alex, and found myself skipping a chapter if it was mainly about him. I just found it unbelievable that a kid could and would do all that he did and no one bothered to stop him. That irked me. I really enjoy everything about Shane Ryan and was happy that this series involved him, he's my favourite character. **Spoiler** I also have to say that I found it a bit unbelievable that when Eloise attacked Victor and ripped out his eyes, that all Shane could do is tell her she wouldn't be allowed to come out when he had visitors! She blinded a man and that was his only response??!! I would have meted out a bit more than that if she had nearly killed my friend. That was smoothed over just a little too unrealistically. And not even Victor seemed upset about it.
Anyway, I just wasn't very happy with this book. I think Thom Bowers does an amazing job with the narration, love his voice, and, for me, that's a big part of why I enjoy these books so much. Just because I wasn't keen on this book doesn't mean I won't continue to enjoy other books by Ron Ripley. He is, by far, the best paranormal writer I've come across.

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