Book Review: The Sinful Man by Keith Rommel

18654602Title: The Sinful Man

Author: Keith Rommel

Genre: Horror

Publication Date: February 28, 2014

Description (from Goodreads):

Leopold Conroy finds himself deep in the woods, being chased by a faceless mob. When he happens upon a cabin tucked deep into the foliage, he’s frantic to get inside, to get away from those he managed to stay ahead of. But when the old woman that resides in the cabin invites him in, the mysteries of his life and the reason why he is there begins to unfold.

Disbelieving the stories he’s being told and thinking the woman has gone mad from her years in seclusion, he attempts to leave the cabin but finds the mob that chased him are patiently waiting for him and they’re something out of a nightmare.



I received a free ecopy for an honest review.

This is an interesting story with a different idea of what happens after we die. It took me a little while to get into it but it was worth sticking with it.

Leo is The Sinful Man and it is time for him to face his sins and he has plenty of them. As the story progresses, some of the chapters go back to the past and the reader learns about Leo’s life and his sins. 

Although this book is morbid, it is a good read.


About the Author:

Keith is an award winning author and retail manager. He’s enjoyed collecting comic books since he was a child (a hobby inspired by a teacher in grade school to help overcome a reading comprehension disability) and is a total nerd.

Keith authored the critically acclaimed dark suspense Thanatology Series which has been called, “Horror for the curious mind” and includes the titles The Cursed Man, The Lurking Man and The Sinful Man. Keith has dabbled in psychological crime with the fast-paced You Killed My Brother and the soon to be released mythological novel entitled Among The People.

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