TOOL SHED by Armand Rosamilia
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When Michael Zaun takes possession of his late grandfather’s farm, he finds out he inherited more than he bargained for. Dubbed the “Tool Shed Murders,” the details of the deaths of two girls on the property and his grandfather’s, seemingly by his own hand, are a little murky. Was his grandfather a monster or a hero?
The discovery of his grandfather’s journal awakens within him a new confidence. But what about the demon his grandfather mentioned? Is it real or just the ranting of a diseased mind?
With the help of his friends, old and new, Michael will find not only the answer to that question, but a new strength within himself.
Wicked supernatural tale. The suspense slowly built up from the beginning, imploring me to keep reading. A page turner with great characters!
The cows had exploded. A city boy inherits his grandfather's country farm. Seems something happened out in the Ole tool shed. Something worse than small town murder. Armand Rosamilia's TOOL SHED had me pondering exploding cows and other explosive animals. The cows, unfortunately, aren't the focal point of the story. Gotta have more cowbell? Yeah, as long as they're attached to the exploding cows!
4.5 Stars This book hooked me in on the opening: Cows exploding!. What?, strange, no this is just the start. Michael has just inherited his late Grandfather's farm. A place of fond memories & he's shocked but excited. There is just one problem. Michael isn't only inheriting acres, the farmhouse, and the money from a recent development. He's also inheriting its history. A tool shed where two grisly murders, murders reportedly by his very own grandfather took place. But was the old man a monster or actually a hero?. Michael, friend Larry and a few new pals are soon to learn the truth behind what came to be known as 'The Tool Shed Murders' and he might just learn something about himself too!. I enjoyed this story and the great characterisation. The suspense had me hooked all the way through to the very end. A fabulous read for horror fans that like suspense.
It started with the cows. Exploding. And with its many twists and turns, you never know what Armand Rosamilia will have in store for you around the next corner.