The Law Of Three by M. R. Sellars
A Rowan Gant Investigation (Rowan Gant Investigations, Book 4)

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THOU SHALT NOT SUFFER ROWAN GANT TO LIVE…

No good deed goes unpunished, but that hasn’t stopped me yet.

My name is Rowan Gant. I’m a Witch with an unfortunate gift—I can hear the voices of the dead. Not just any dead, mind you. I hear the spirits of murder victims. Personally, I think of it as a curse. The cops, on the other hand, consider my uncommon talent an invaluable investigative tool, which is why I often work for them as a consultant. Too often, unfortunately, and believe me, it is taking a serious toll…

Just over one year ago I was called in to help the Major Case Squad track down Eldon Andrew Porter, a spree killer determined to resurrect the Witch hunts, trials, and executions of the 15th century. He left a string of tortured bodies and screaming souls in his wake, and then he turned his violent attentions to me. Fortunately, I survived our face-to-face encounter, though just barely. After that, Porter disappeared—vanished without a trace—and he stayed that way. Until now, that is…

Eldon Porter is not the kind of fanatical sociopath who simply gives up, and to be honest, I never believed he would. I’ve been expecting this all along. Now he is intent on giving me a one-way ticket to Hell, with an extended preview right here on Earth. But he should make no mistake—if I’m going, I have absolutely no intention of taking the trip alone.

If I have to kill him before he kills me, I will. Whatever it takes, I am going to end this…
 

About M. R. Sellars

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An active member of the HWA (Horror Writers Association), M. R. Sellars is a relatively unassuming homebody who considers himself just a "guy with a lot of nightmares and a word processing program." His first full-length novel, Harm None, hit bookstore shelves in 2000 and he hasn't stopped writing since. All of the current novels in Sellars' continuing Rowan Gant Investigations saga have spent several consecutive weeks on numerous bookstore bestseller lists as well as a consistent showing on the Amazon.com Horror/Occult top 100. Sellars currently resides in the Midwest with his wife, daughter, and a host of what he describes as "rescued, geriatric, special-needs felines.
 
Published April 17, 2009 by WillowTree Press / E. M. A. Mysteries. 308 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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I normally don’t like criminal books, save for the Bishop series, but this sounds like its right there with it!.

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