Nameless (The Hellbound Anthology) by David McCaffrey @daveymac1975


Book Description:

‘There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men
long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.’
Ernest Hemingway

One serial killer terrified the world. Imagine what an army of them could do…

A cult member is arrested at the scene of a brutal murder. She will only speak to former crime reporter, Joe O’Connell.

Joe’s obsession with Obadiah Stark a.k.a The Tally Man cost him everything.

He is about to learn that Stark’s message did not end with his death.

They believe in what The Tally Man stood for.

They believe in what The Tally Man did.

But he was one, and they are many.

Once they have you, they will never let you go…

My Thoughts:

I am a big fan of this authors books. Obadiah Stark is one of my favourite serial killers and even though he physically isn’t in this book, his presence is very much felt. If you have yet to read the authors books, I would highly recommend reading Hellbound prior to reading Nameless with it having Obadiah Stark in it. Plus if anything you seriously do not want to miss out on personally getting to know Obadiah better.

I could easily relate to Joe’s obsession with Stark. He is a character that truly fascinates me. Even though Stark is dead, his legacy lives on through a cult. This isn’t some hippy type commune, this cult is a very dark and disturbing one to be part of. You certainly would never want to come across any of their members and definitely don’t want to be within their commune whatsoever! The stuff that goes on between those walls is like something out of a horror film. There are certainly plenty of cringe worthy moments when poor innocent victims were getting slain and I kept curling up even tighter into my chair to try and distance myself to what was happening. Not that I wanted to at all, as I was devouring every moment of it.

Nameless is a great addition to the Hellbound series. It gives the reader an insight into one man and his seriously horrifying legacy. There are plenty of twists and turns as well as being an over all very dark and gripping read. Obadiah is definitely a character I can’t get enough of and really hoping the author adds another book to the collection.

Goodreads rating 4/5 stars.

Nameless is available to purchase from Amazon.


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