Police are called to a murder scene in Fulham. They find a dead body – but no evidence of murder… Two detectives struggle to find out the truth of the matter. But when a mysterious old man claims that the victim was killed by a Satanist, little do they realise their lives will be changed forever…”The first book in the “Magus” trilogy. Suitable for adult readers....
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The Magus Reviews
I really enjoyed this book. It's a compulsive read. It starts with police being called to an address in south London where a man has died, there is then speculation that even though the death seems to be by natural causes there may be a more sinister story behind it. There is a mysterious man who keeps appearing to the police officers and claiming that he knows there is more to the man's death, and that it may be linked to other recent deaths. The book takes a look at the subjects of satanic rituals, clairvoyance, mysticism, black magick, the occult. The Magus is full of believable characters which gives the book a realistic feel. It's an intriguing murder/mystery with a twist of the paranormal. It kept me hooked and I am now looking forward to reading book two in the series. The Magus is suitable for readers over the age of 18 due to explicit content.
This is an occult thriller / urban fantasy story set in modern London. You've heard of "police procedural novels" - well this is a "black magick procedural." It starts off like a murder story, but soon the detectives are forced to question their long-standing beliefs as they begin to suspect that dark forces are at work.The best way to describe it would be like an intelligent version of a Dan Brown story. Be warned, there are some scenes which are definitely Adults Only, whilst some of the depictions of the sorcery will leave a "foul taste in the mouth." Otherwise I enjoyed it immensely.