Man, oh man. I should be seriously ashamed of myself. I have had this book on my tbr list for nearly eight months and only now get round to reading it. And this is one of my favourite series too. I have just been so busy, I have no idea how time got away from me but it did. I love the Charlie Parker books. I typically eat them up. I have no excuses other than I have had a really mad year and I have literally no idea how we have come to be in December and nearly 2018 already.
Still, I have remedied that all now and I am back up to date, book fifteen complete. I’ll tell you my thoughts in just a moment, as soon as we’ve taken a look at what this was all about.
The Official Book Blurb
Internationally bestselling author John Connolly returns with another “superb fusion of noir and the supernatural” (My Bookish Ways) in this latest thriller in his gripping Charlie Parker series.
It is deep winter and the darkness is unending. A private detective named Jaycob Eklund has vanished and Charlie Parker is assigned to track him down. Parker’s employer, Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has his own reasons for wanting Eklund found. Eklund is no ordinary investigator–he is obsessively tracking a series of homicides and disappearances, each linked to reports of hauntings. Now Parker is drawn into Eklund’s world: a realm in which the monstrous Mother rules a crumbling criminal empire, in which men strike bargains with angels, and in which the innocent and guilty alike are pawns in a game of ghosts…
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