The Black Skull can rescue me anytime…
I’ve never been one for gritty crime novels, but I’m quite surprised how much I enjoyed this book. Reminiscent of Batman and the pulp fiction characters of yesteryear, the Black Skull is one intriguing hombre. I found myself kinda frightened by him and drawn to him all at the same time.
Mr. Andron has a way of taking you into the murky world that was 1930’s NY, and holding you in with his details. However, be warned that if you are not into course language, blood, and violence, this book is not for you. It took me a bit to get used to this myself, but if you’re looking for an exciting mystery and a return to the age of masked crusaders, look no further than “Accused: A Black Skull Short Thriller”. Looking forward to the next leg of the saga, Mr. Andron!
Thank you very much for the review Havorn! I am working on the Black Skull’s next adventure at the moment, and this adventure will take our pulp hero into the darkest corners of New York in the 1930s and beyond.
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