Sunday, 9 November 2008
At the same time the decomposed remains of a school teacher are found in a shallow grave, Rowan Gant has a seizure. Once again Rowan is channeling murder victims and there is nothing he can do to stop it. However his wife Felicity has other ideas and soon the roles are reversed and Rowan is forced to watch his wife go through the same seizures he usually suffers when someone is killed.

With the help of his dective friend Ben and a FBI agent named Constance, Rowan tries to put the pieces together to find out who is killing the young women and why. Although Police lieutenant Albright does not care for the help of the 'Devil worshippers' and tries to stop Rowan and Felicity from using any kind of magic to help get to the bottom of the gruesome case.

Crone's Moon is the fifth book in the Rowan Gant investigations and it was a great read. Spooky, magical and mysterious this is a mystery and thriller tied together with magick. The characters are strong and the story held me hostage until the end. There was no way I could put this down for more than a short break because I couldn't wait to see what happened next.

This book was made even more interesting because Rowan's wife played a bigger part. With her Gaelic curses and sarcastic comments I couldn't wait to see what she did next. Hopefully she will continue playing a bigger role in the future books which I can't wait to get my hands on! Just a shame they aren't so easy to get hold of here in Europe!

If you like Jim Butcher you will love M. R. Sellars!

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posted by Unknown at Sunday, November 09, 2008 |


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