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Tapping into Your Inner Evil with Natalie Walschots' Hench

Updated: Sep 21, 2020

A somewhat darkly funny, tongue-in-cheek look at the world of Superheroes and Villains. Anna Tremedlov - a struggling temp who works for villains becomes a casualty of a battle between good and evil. Thanks for her knowledge of databases and information collection and her bitterness towards a particular Superhero, she is hired by a major player in the world of evil. Tremedlov discovers that she has what it takes to become a hench/man/woman/person.

I especially liked the blend of humor and insightful observations about what it takes to be evil.

If you like dark mysteries, check out:

Preston and Child's, Crooked River.

For a lighter mystery, check out Tarquin Hall's, The Case of the Missing Servant.

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