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The Demons Beneath (D.I. Graves, #1) by W.D. Jackson-Smart


"The Demons Beneath" is my first from an author I've never heard of and so glad I had the opportunity to read it, it's a fantastic read!!.


D.I Daniel Graves is investigating a series of murders that may or may not be the work of a serial killer when he's called to investigate another death which might involve something supernatural.


He's in partnership with D.I Charlie Palmer, the rapport they have is sublime and really added to the story. We're also fed details about Charlie's past which adds to the story perfectly. The ending was totally unexpected which left me open-mouthed, literally!!.


A fast-moving thriller with edge-of-your-seat situations. The writing was excellent, I really enjoyed it and I highly recommend it.


I believe the series is been re-released with different covers, can't wait for the next book.


Many thanks to the bloodhound ARC Facebook Group for the opportunity to review it.



WD Jackson-Smart, 35, is a London-based horror and crime fiction author who has been writing crime and horror fiction since 2011. His novel Red Light was self-published on Amazon and charted in the top twenty best-selling Suspense / Thriller Kindle books on release.

His horror short story, What’s Yours Is Mine, was shortlisted for the Horror For Good anthology.

His first crime thriller Slasher, about a serial killer targeting slasher movie actresses in Hollywood, is out now, and he has launched a brand new crime series set in London and starring D.I. Graves. The Demons Beneath is the first in the series, and the sequel From Inside The House was recently released too. He is currently busy working on book 3 in the series!

As well as his passion for horror and crime thrillers in all forms, WD Jackson-Smart also loves art and design, having studied Fine Art and Art History in Leeds and Toronto and working in creative and advertising for the majority of his career.

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