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Recently I posted a review for books 2 The Golden Bulls and 3 Sacrifices here and for book 1 A Life of Death a while ago here. Weston has the whole series available on Amazon and I wanted to share this with everyone.

A Life of Death Series: Books 1-3 (A Life of Death Trilogy Box Set) by [Kincade, Weston]A Life of Death Series by Weston Kincade

An Amazon Bestseller!

Ghosts are speaking to Alex, but can he bring them justice?

Book 1: A Life of Death
Introduction by 2016 Kindle Book Award Finalist Mark Matthews!

Alex is a troubled teenager with a checkered past, a broken home, and a surprising ability: psychometry. When he touches items murder victims held in their final moments, he relives the events in gruesome detail. But who will believe a troubled teen, especially when murders implicate the town’s founding family?

If you like amazing supernatural stories that are intense, powerful, and fraught with emotion, then you’ll love Weston Kincade’s suspenseful coming-of-age trilogy, A Life of Death. Ghosts are speaking, and they want answers.

Heed the call. Buy A Life of Death.

Book 2: The Golden Bulls
Introduction by Julie Hutchings, author of Running Home!

Ritual Sacrifice. Terror. Panic. In a fear-filled town, will ghostly visions be enough to stop a serial killer?

After fifteen years of ritual murder, Homicide Detective Alex Drummond must save this year’s sacrificial lamb. But who is it? The serial killer’s anointed date is only days away. An anonymous tip forces Alex and a high school friend to Washington DC to prove the suspect’s guilt, but nothing is as it seems. Unsolved murders abound like cobwebs under abandoned guest beds. Is Alex in over his head?

Time, beliefs, and supernatural abilities collide in Weston Kincade’s thrilling sequel in the A Life of Death trilogy. In the end, the stakes couldn’t be higher… or more personal.

Book 3: Sacrifices
Introduction by Scott Rhine, author of Jezebel’s Ladder

Alex’s ghostly visions can save lives. But can they stop a drug czar from disrupting the peace and harmony of Tranquil Heights?

For Alex Drummond trouble doesn’t come knocking, it kicks down the door and raids the refrigerator. War is brewing between moonshiners and a murderous drug kingpin. Cremated human remains are appearing everywhere. And now Alex’s family is in the middle of it all. To make matters worse, his son’s powers rival his own… as does his stubborn nature. Choices will be made. Laws will be broken. And morality will be questioned. Will Alex’s family survive the bloodshed?

Psychometric powers combine in this thrilling battle for survival in Weston Kincade’s final book in the A Life of Death trilogy. The future of Alex’s hometown is at stake… but sacrifices must be made.

Step up and buy Sacrifices today.


What others are saying about the A Life of Death trilogy:

“Full of emotion and angst, and some wonderful imagery, you will feel this story as you read it.”
~ Mark Matthews, author of Milk-Blood

“Character driven and suspenseful, this is a paranormal mystery novel with heart.”
~ Bracken MacLeod, author of Mountain Home and Stranded

“A great YA story!”
~ John F.D. Taff, author of Little Deaths

“Once people start reading this one, they won’t be able to stop. It’s like crack, people. Awesome, delicious brain-crack that won’t ruin your life.”
~ Books of the Dead Press

“A unique voice in fiction […] Weston is brilliant.”
~ BookLover CatLady Reviews

“This is a GREAT story!!”
~ The Haunted Reading Room

“A well written story that flows off the page.”
~ Coral Russell, author of Amador Lockdown

“Another awesome book by Weston Kincade – a paranormal coming-of-age mystery page turner. I could not put it down […] I promise you will not be disappointed with this one.”
~ Geeky Girl Reviews

“A Life of Death is a completely amazing story. Fans of paranormal mystery and suspense stories should enjoy this book. Definitely give it a read as soon as you can!”
~ Now is Gone

“A Life of Death is quite simply, absolutely superb. I loved this book, it was an emotional and entertaining journey that had me hooked.”
~ An Eclectic Bookshelf

Author’s Bio

Weston Kincade writes fantasy, paranormal, and horror novels that stretch the boundaries of imagination, and often genres. His current series include the A Life of Death trilogy and the Priors. Weston’s short stories have been published in Alucard Press’ “50 Shades of Slay,” Kevin J. Kennedy’s collected “Christmas Horror” and “Easter Horror,” and other anthologies. He is a member of the Horror Writer’s Association (HWA) and has helped invest in future writers for years while teaching English. In his spare time Weston enjoys spending time with his wife and Maine Coon cat, Hermes, who talks so much he must speak for the Gods.

If you would like to contact Weston regarding stories, publications, to schedule an appearance, or simply to say hello, he can be reached at wakincade (at) gmail (dot) com.

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My Review

5 stars

In A Life of Death we are introduced to Alex Drummond as a high school kid with a crappy home life and the ability to touch a body and see its final moments. The Golden Bulls sees Alex fifteen years later as a detective trying to track down a serial killer that strikes every September 20 and likes to burn their victims alive. Sacrifices wraps everything up as Alex takes on a drug cartel and has a son that has abilities that rivals his own.

Alex is an amazing character that rises from the darkness to become an amazing detective, husband, and father. He has an ability that is not exactly rainbows and sunshine but he does the best he can with it. He gets into a lot of tough situations but fights through and wins in the end.

I loved this series and think Weston Kincade is one of those authors that everyone should read. His writing is very descriptive and draws you in. There is a lot of action and mystery that keeps you on the edge of your seat. This is one author that you don’t want to miss out on.

I received this series from the author for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of these books.

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