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Six Coffins Paperback – January 15, 2013
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
About the Author
Robert Tucker lives in New York's Finger Lakes region with his wife, Kathy. An attorney as well as an author, he is an avid outdoorsman, and his experiences in the woods often come through in his writing. He is an unabashed believer in bigfoot, ghosts, and the dog-man of northern Michigan. He also believes that the Detroit Tigers will win another world series in his lifetime. He's not so optimistic about the Buffalo Bills. His prior works include the novels "The Ghosts of Rapid Creek," and "Sasquatch Camp." Show More Show Less
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After losing her mother, a father and daughter make a long journey to a new town where he has been hired as the local sheriff. They settle into a routine and life is less than fulfilling for her. Having no other siblings, she has been taught how to shoot and do many things that a son would normally do. Things get exciting when a group of women move to town and build a "commune" type of homestead. The girl is fascinated by these independent women and wants to be like them. Chaos breaks lose when a local is attacked and murdered viciously. Her father is sent to investigate and the story takes off.
You won't be disappointed with this book. Can't wait to read more from Mr. Tucker.
My only complaint is that the key relationship between Billy and the protagonist could have been explored further. A sequel might be a very good idea. :)
It really drew me in, I only stopped to go back and read the description again (I'd barely skimmed it before) and some of the reviews.
I then realized it was a vampire book and other than Twilight and Interview with a Vampire, this really wasn't my genre - but still I read on.
The plotting was perfect and each paragraph hypnotized me into reading the next. It kind of reminded me of Mario Puzo's books in that way.
I only review about one in 200 fiction books that I read, so if I take the time to review one, it's pretty darn impressive. Highly highly highly recommended !!!
I think this book could be this author's breakout novel !!