Multi-volume, science fiction horror author Craig Crawford introduces us to his third volume in the Project Threshold series, “Team Riker: Division A”:
In Alaska, all manner of entities and monsters cross into our world from other dimensions and Hannah Riker and her team are the gatekeepers. Riker has a personal score to settle, hunting the monster that slaughtered her parents when she was a girl. Neville, Toddy and Melissa McCoy have her back as they follow in the wake of beings dispensing justice and marking their victims. They intervene on a resort where people disappear even during daylight, fend off a tribe of furry humanoids claiming ownership of a valley, and they stumble upon an ancient, unkillable entity bent on the destruction of humanity.
I love these stories, these case files! The book is fashioned as a collection of case files for a particular team. Each book is for a different team. These teams are part of a secret government program to protect the Earth from aliens and the supernatural. Anything unexplainable and unconventional.
The stories don't usually have a happy ending but sometimes they do. The author has a wonderful knack for telling an exciting story without using a lot of words. Descriptions are just enough; action is clearly described also. The dialogues carry the story along so well, the characters are cleverly delineated with economical wording.
You are going to love these fascinating and action-filled stories! 4.8 stars from me.
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Tags: aliens, demons, ghost, paranormal, supernatural, science fiction, urban fantasy, horror
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