By Katy Munger
Within the fourth compelling ‘Dead Detective’ secret, Kevin Fahey uncovers stressful secrets and techniques while a schoolteacher disappears. - Following his premature loss of life, former cop Kevin Fahey roams the streets of his small Delaware city looking redemption in different people’s lives. He understands secrets and techniques the dwelling don't know. whilst appealing, pregnant pre-school instructor Arcelia Gallagher disappears, Fahey is aware that she is hiding a violent earlier, and whilst the police research results in Delmonte condo, Fahey realizes that evil and worry have stalked the home earlier than. anyone is lurking inside of its halls, their causes are unknown. Can Arcelia be present in time?
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The shadow might have made her who she was, but it was up to her to determine what she would be. However, in passing through her shadow, she had exhumed memories she had forgotten as a means to survive, memories from twenty years ago: the night the orphange had burned down. She knew now what she had seen that night. The orphanage’s cook, Mrs. Fulch, being made into an ironheart. The bright, baleful form of the wraithling. And the figure emblazoned on the tapestry in the forbidden upstairs room: ancient, primal, its one staring eye filled with desire and hate.
Grace smiled, and amazingly the expression wasn’t forced. The knight’s strength these last weeks had been a crutch all of them had leaned upon. Beltan loved Travis; the knight should have been a wreck. Only somehow he wasn’t. After they returned to Eldh, after the fairy healed him, Beltan had been empty and broken, consumed by the shadow of his past, whatever it was. She knew only that it had to do with someone the knight said he had slain; although, as a warrior, certainly he had been forced to kill many in battle.
At last, head aching and eyes bleary, she shoved aside the books. How many tomes had she read these last weeks? A hundred? Whatever the number, it was only a fraction of what lined the precisely organized shelves that were the antithesis of Falken’s description of the Library of Briel. There was so much knowledge here—there had to be something that would help them. They just needed a better system for finding it. “I wish Durge were here,” she said, not realizing she had spoken aloud until Beltan looked up.
Angel Among Us (Dead Detective Series, Book 4) by Katy Munger