Every Dead Thing

Every Dead Thing

Book - 1999
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Tormented by guilt over the brutal slaying of his wife and daughter, Charlie 'Bird' Parker, ex-cop with the NYPD, agrees to find a missing girl. The search leads him into an abyss of evil and he is warned that The Travelling Man will strike again.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1999
ISBN: 9780684857145
0684857146
Branch Call Number: FIC Conno 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 395 p

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pspice
Jan 19, 2017

I have read 5 John Connolly books, 4 in the Charlie Parker series and Bad Men. I can't find a weak entry in any of them. Incredible - great characters, compelling and dark plots, superior writing. I suggest the library acquire all of his books.

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Dreamstime
Oct 25, 2015

A powerful story that combines elements of Stephen King with James Lee Burke (Dave Robicheaux). A relentless sense of dread permeates Charlie "Bird" Parker's hunt for the murderer(s?) of his wife and child. Be warned... this story is not for the squeamish, with a mood that is not just dark but midnight black. Unfortunately, "Every Dead Thing" tends to repeat itself with its horrible details. Less might have been better. Even so, a great read.

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2puppies
Aug 14, 2014

Another good read by Connolly!!

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