Jace's return to Kansas is an instant reminder that there really is no place like home. The tavern is still brimming with losers, practical jokers, and motorcycle chicks. Even the town's only Goth is still wearing eyeliner. But just as Jace is about to click her heels and hightail out of there, she's roped into a brand-new case. Somebody is possessed. And the bodies are piling up....
They call him the Gallowsman. According to legend, he was sentenced to hang-though his crimes still have not been specified. When he was strung up to die, his spirit stuck around waiting for people to hang themselves... so he could steal their bodies. Now, with the undead rising up and going on a rampage, Jace must put her own neck on the line. Can she get the Gallowsman to give up the ghost?
©2012 D.D. Barant (P)2012 Tantor
Yeah, I'd make it a real Bloodhound files book that starts off with the cliff hanger from the last book. WTH?
This was a good read/listen until I got to the end.
This was the most horrible ending to a series that I recall having ever read.
The whole series is fun. Made me laugh out loud more times than I can remember. Worth a credit.
I heart scifi, and have become addicted to listening instead of reading, or even watching tv.
This was a great and fun way to revisit the whole series before saying goodbye. As for the reviewers who are mad about the ending... That's silly, theres no mystery, its plain. Were you paying attention at all throughout the books?
YES, VERY ENTERTAINING.
TO MUCH TO COVER
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