The Nosferatu Scroll by James Becker — book review

The Nosferatu Scroll by James Becker. Bantam Press ‘12.99

Reviewed by Jim Mcleod

While on holiday in Venice our heroes Chris Bronson and Angela Lewis, discover a desecrated tomb containing a female skeleton and a diary that dates backs hundreds of years, a diary that promises to unlock the answer to an ancient secret. Soon the bodies of woman are being discovered throughout the city. They have all been killed in the same ritualistic manner. When Angela disappears, Chris must embark on a mission to find her before it’s too late.

This is pure bubblegum fiction, albeit a rather well written piece of bubblegum fiction.  The action starts right away, and it doesn’t let up right up to the cliff hanger ending; yes of course there is a cliff hanger. This is an enjoyable and fun read. It is clear that a lot of research has gone into this book; there is a lot given over to the building of the conspiracy. If you are looking for a thrilling summer beach read then this is the book for you. 

The Nosferatu Scroll by James Becker. Bantam Press ‘12.99

Reviewed by Jim Mcleod

While on holiday in Venice our heroes Chris Bronson and Angela Lewis, discover a desecrated tomb containing a female skeleton and a diary that dates backs hundreds of years, a diary that promises to unlock the answer to an ancient secret. Soon the bodies of woman are being discovered throughout the city. They have all been killed in the same ritualistic manner. When Angela disappears, Chris must embark on a mission to find her before it’s too late.

This is pure bubblegum fiction, albeit a rather well written piece of bubblegum fiction.  The action starts right away, and it doesn’t let up right up to the cliff hanger ending; yes of course there is a cliff hanger. This is an enjoyable and fun read. It is clear that a lot of research has gone into this book; there is a lot given over to the building of the conspiracy. If you are looking for a thrilling summer beach read then this is the book for you.