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Terror lurks beneath the streets of London....
Marcus Mortlake is haunted by the past. No matter how many supernatural menaces he defeats, it is never enough. He is still tortured by nightmares, memories of those he failed to save from a diabolical cult years ago - including Cassandra, the woman he loved....
When Mortlake is linked to a series of grisly murders in fog-shrouded London, he is once again compelled to investigate. And what he discovers is a shocking supernatural mystery beyond imagination. Victims, drained of blood, and a series of kidnappings that fit a very select profile.... The targets all possess some degree of psychic power.
After one of Mortlake’s closest friends goes missing, the case becomes even more personal. The trail of clues leads from the city streets to the dank sewers deep below. And Mortlake must come face-to-face with his deadliest adversary...a man he thought had already died.
But this villain is aided by a powerful entity from Mortlake’s past. Something that knows exactly how to hurt him the most....
Will Mortlake survive? Or will his past plague the present?
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This is the 3rd of series. Loved the characters of Mortlake, Opal (his cat), Tara, Anita, and hated Cassandra and Nathaniel. This book started a little slow but then picked up which dealt with Mortlake past and a cult. Hope there will be more in the series as I have few questions that need answering and recommend you read/listen the 1st 2 books to get the full effect.
I love it!
I recently read that all humans have a sixth sense, but most don’t use it. Books like the ones in this series made me me realize how true that is. Let’s hope it is for our not so new friends' sake, because it’s that which could mean the difference between life and death, not just for them, but for the whole world. This book was so worth the wait!