Sheri White's Dark Domain
Nick Bullman was once a superstar of the wrestling world. But after two maniac wrestling fans horribly slash up his face, he is left to deal with his disfigurement, as well as his inner demons, alone.

Once known as The Widowmaker, Nick now spends most of his days holed up in his apartment, only to emerge when he needs to. His encounters with the public are not pleasant, now that he looks like a monster. Then he hears from a woman he hasnít seen in thirty years Ė his daughter Melissa.

The granddaughter Nick never knew he had has been kidnapped by some evil people, and Melissa thinks only her father can get Sophie back. With the help of a somewhat-friendly cop and a homeless man named Leon who is also a fan of The Widowmaker, Nick finds himself in the middle of some pretty wicked goings-on in his old hometown of Midnight.

But nothing will stop him from finding his granddaughter.

Ugly as Sin is James Newmanís newest horror offering, and itís one of his best. James writes characters so vivid, you can easily imagine them. His stories are brutal and action-packed, and keep you turning the pages well into the night. Itís always a let-down reaching the end of a James Newman book; youíre left wanting more. Ugly as Sin is no exception. Hopefully, though, there will be more stories about Nick Bullman and the town of Midnight in the not-so-distant future.

If you havenít read James Newman yet, why the hell not? And if you have, you know this is going to be a kick-ass story.


Review by Sheri White

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