The Trust Casefiles

The Trust Casefiles The Trust A Secret Organization Comprised Of Thousands Of Independent Field Units Fighting An Eternal War Against Demonic Forces That Prey On The InnocentOne Such Unit Is Led By Alexandra Glinyeu, A Voodoo Priestess Her Top Operatives Are Former Vigilantes, Forrest King And Catherine Jordan Two People Who Have Discovered That The Demons They Fight Could Be Anyone Friend, Lover Or FamilyThis Collection Of Their Exploits Include Catherine Facing The Prospect Of Potential Lifelong Happiness With A New Love When She Helps The Head Of A Trust Library Whose Former Girlfriend Has Returned As A Blood Sucking Nelapsi, An Unidentified Flesh Eating Creature Stalking An Isolated Community Living On A Small Island, An American Television Star Under Sentence Of Death And An Ancient Evil Returning From Beyond The Grave

My pen name is a combination of the great Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing I m an amateur student of the occult, folklore, witchcraft and anything else that is unexplained Lee Cushing

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  • Paperback
  • 314 pages
  • The Trust Casefiles
  • Lee Cushing
  • English
  • 03 April 2019
  • 9781780357225

10 thoughts on “The Trust Casefiles

  1. says:

    This was my first sampling of Lee Cushing s work and I was not disappointed His dark and compelling tale of the paranormal quite literally grips you and refuses to let go You find yourself emerged in an intense and dangerous world as you follow the exploits of The Trust and one of its leaders, Alexandra.As well as being packed full with action and suspense there are moments of wickedly dark humor such as when a technique is detailed where vampires are pumped full of bullets long enough to distract them so that their head can be cut off I don t want to reveal too much of the plot but suffice to say this is much complex than your average vampire book.Its twist and turns will ensure you are suitably enthralled as you go from page to page Overall I feel the book fully deserves the full five stars.

  2. says:

    I won this in a goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest reviewWow this one was really good must read

  3. says:

    Just because you feel this may be yet another vampire book and pass it over, I have to warn you that you may regret not taking the time to read this, apparently, collection of tales Take the time to pick this up and you will quickly discover it is something than that it is full of a variety of beings of both the vampiric and supernatural variety, and their coming to be included in the Casefiles Because of the vast number of different beings covered, not to mention a myriad of their opponents, this novel did have a tendency to become muddled at times, which made it a challenging read in a few areas Some parts did not quite flow on from one another and this led to some confusion and backtracking on my part as I read it Perhaps if this book had been broken down in to smaller bite sized parts all the different characters would have been easier to keep track Also the main characters could have benefitted from a little time being taken on their development earlier in the book as there was nothing about them that would help the reader engage with them from the start, and I found myself becoming rather bored with them in places.With this said, the Author has invested a lot of time into providing readers with a host of unique vampires, not one of which sparkle , and showing a side to this topic the reader rarely sees, which is that they are as diverse in their nature as we humans are To add to this unique perspective of the vampire, the plot is equally as refreshing There are numerous twists and turns which keep the reader on their toes, and the plot moving along at a nice pace However, a good editor may have pointed out that there needs to be a few breadcrumbs in the book, as even the most dedicated of readers can find themselves getting lost occasionally, that would be me again, and these would help them back onto the path Regardless of this minor point I found it to be a very enjoyable read.I would recommend this fast paced, action packed book to anyone who likes their vampire tales traditional, but with a slight twist Also lovers of supernatural tales would find this book enjoyable.Originally reviewed on This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

  4. says:

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review, and I am pleased to say I very much enjoyed it.It is, what reads like, a collection of stories which are based on a Trust who protect the humans by destroying vampires and other supernatural beings There are lots of different types of vampires mentioned, as well as lots of different agents for the Trust.The book has many positive aspects which make it a very good read, however there are a couple of areas that, with minimal work, could make this book much better and easier to read Firstly, it s necessary to point out that it s not, in my opinion at least, an easy read The snippets don t always seem to flow on from each other, and this can make it quite confusing as a reader In addition, I feel there are too many characters to keep up with and the major characters could just do with a little development earlier on in the book to encourage the reader to engage and invest emotion in them from the early pages.That being said, there are many positive aspects that are a credit to Cushing Perhaps the best of these is the variety of vampires covered in this book The imagination necessary to create not only one unique brand of vampires for a book, but to create a huge variety, and making out that they are as diverse as humans is a novel concept that I ve not encountered in such detail before The fact that Cushing also dabbles into other supernatural beings as well makes this book a must read for those interested in traditional stereotypes of supernatural creatures.In addition, I feel huge credit has to be given for the plot in this book Although not entirely easy to follow throughout, the amount of twists and turns that Cushing has included is admirable Each chapter delivers something new and very fresh to the story, and that s something few books manage Personally, it needs to be just a bit careful in the plot structure, and a few signposts are needed to really help the reader find their way through the book a little easier, but it is immensely enjoyable to read.In conclusion, I would recommend this book to anyone who likes traditional vampire tales with a twist It s a fast paced book with plenty of action and a thoroughly enjoyable way to spend a few hours

  5. says:

    This book was provided by the author to Nerd Girl Official for an honest review So many twists and turns This is centered around The Trust which is an organization that investigates the paranormal However, this is not the vampire story we all know As if vampires aren t already dark and twisted, but these are so much This is of a collection of stories of the The Trust The author takes you in many directions with these case files and brings you back to a central group of people who are fighting these strange and dangerous groups of vampires It is an intriguing story but can be hard to follow at times At times while reading this I would really get into the chapter but then it just stops and goes into anther case file It would eventually come back around I felt there were holes in parts of the story and that it could have flowed a little better You are thrown into a world with a lot of different characters Some are insignificant but others you need to pay attention to as they appear in other case files At times it is hard to keep track of the different characters Overall this is a great story with a different take on the vampire community and the people who help continue to keep the human race safe Note Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official See NerdGirl.NG or for information.

  6. says:

    free book for honest review juliesbookreview.blogspot.comThe Trust A secret organization comprised of thousands of independent field units fighting an eternal war against demonic forces that prey on the innocent.One such unit is led by Alexandra Glinyeu, a Voodoo Priestess Her top operatives are former vigilantes, Forrest King and Catherine Jordan two people who have discovered that the demons they fight could be anyone friend, lover or family.This collection of their exploits include Catherine facing the prospect of potential lifelong happiness with a new love when she helps the head of a Trust library whose former girlfriend has returned as a blood sucking Nelapsi, an unidentified flesh eating creature stalking an isolated community living on a small island, an American television star under sentence of death and an ancient evil returning from beyond the grave.This book is not the typical vampire book, it is a very interesting read.It has tons twist and turns, you never know where the next page will take you. very fast read and well written too. Olivia R.

  7. says:

    At first glance you may think this is just another vampire novel and pass it by, but it is certainly worth a deeper look.Initially there is quite a bit that reminds one of Buffy the Vampire Slayer but the author takes the mythology in an imaginative new direction with the Trust and their operatives The Nelapsi and other beings are also interesting reimaginings of the vampire legends.There are certainly plenty of plot twists and turns and they keep your attention throughout although they can cause some confusion when the scenes change quickly.The characters are interesting, although there are just too many lesbian characters to be able to keep track of them all as that seems to be their sole defining characteristic and they just sort of blend together after a while.Overall, I found this to be an intriguing, if somewhat difficult at times, read Because of the subject matter this is ideal for the Halloween season, but makes for a great book all year round I certainly recommend it to those looking for a creative new vampire book.

  8. says:

    The Trust Casefiles is great and fun vampire thriller with many interesting themes and symbols that will definitely not leave you indifferent vampire mythology, demonic forces, heroes, crime and crime investigation, humor, love and many others.I would not like to reveal you the story, but I can assure that it s a great one The story focuses on a secret organization that is fighting against demonic forces, protecting innocent people It has provoking plot, interesting characters, surprises and also a great, unexpected ending Also, the book is well written, easy and fun to read and it has everything what you expect from any good story it is interesting, exciting, suspenseful with many twists and turns and most important, it really draws you in It s a great and fun reading and I would recommend it to any vampire thriller fan.

  9. says:

    Well.where do I start Guns, vampires, lesbians and werewolves, it s all here I have to say that this is by far one of the best vampire novels I have read so far I thought Blade was top dog in this genre but he s been given a run for his money for sure with this novel This is definitely not a boring tale by a long measure There is so much going on, what with werewolves eating their husbands without realizing and poor Daphne coming home to find her girlfriend has been sucked dry and then having to kill her when she turns Nice.With explosive action and an amazing attention to detail, Lee Cushing unleashes his imagination upon you through the medium of The Trust Casefiles leaving you with vivid imagery that lasts a long time after you ve finished the book I will surely be reading the next

  10. says:

    This is a story within a story It s a collection of adventures that wrap around the Trust, a secret organization who fight against the supernatural to help protect the innocent You will meet many Characters in your journey through this book Some good like Alexandra Glinyeu, a voodoo Priestess, and some bad like the Nelapsi, an unidentified flesh eating creature that I would not want to run into on a dark night.This book keeps you interested with all its twist and turns, you never know where the next page will take you I do feel the book was a little cramped at times, and I felt it should have been a little longer, but I still enjoyed the book.If you enjoy a fast paced supernatural thriller with loads of blood sucking vampires, you won t be disappointed in Lee Cushings, The Trust Casefiles.

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