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Two years have passed since Brian McDone's last adventure, which left him with a shattered life and a dead partner. He's getting his life back together now. No longer a detective, Brian has a new girlfriend, a new home, and new priorities. Until, that is, the Pendle Hill massacre kickstarts Brian's urge to tackle a case. Can the slaughter of a dozen witches four hundred years ago really have any bearing on the current mystery?
The second book in the Brian McDone series, Buried Slaughter is a joyride through a house of horrors. Author Ryan Casey has, as always, brilliantly written an immensely intriguing story. More impressively, Mr. Casey has taken us more deeply into the complex character of Brian McDone in such a way that we feel we know him very well and, simultaneously, not at all. How long can he continue to force himself away from being a detective? We are left anxiously awaiting number three in the series.
Buried Slaughter is a most worthy follow-up to Dying Eyes. The always fascinating Ryan Casey has an immense and skillful gift for storytelling. His genius is a quiet and subtle one, but it is evident in all of his published works. Thank you, Mr. Casey, for sharing your gift once again.
He is truly likable and you find yourself really rooting for him.
I do want to see much more of McDone.
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Looking forward to Number 3