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The Mundane Work of Vengeance

Baer Creighton, Book 2
Narrated by: Kain Foster
Series: Baer Creighton , Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 58 mins
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Six days before Baer Creighton cut down a cabal of dogfighters, a 16-year-old girl disappeared while walking home from school in Asheville, North Carolina. Witnesses later claimed they saw her in the back of a police car. Twenty-five years before that, an illegal fireworks plant blew up in Benton, Tennessee, killing 11, and raining M100 firecrackers over half a county. 

A few days later, a 13-year-old boy learned his highest calling was murder. 

The Mundane Work of Vengeance begins where My Brother’s Destroyer ends: Baer Creighton taking buckets of gold to Mae, dreaming of driving west. But Baer has no idea the treachery, blood, and misery in store. At his lowest with no one to trust, he’ll have to decide whether to save a family who betrays him - or a kidnapped girl buried in a basement, a half-state away. If he can save anyone at all. You won’t pause The Mundane Work of Vengeance until long after you reach the final moments. 

Prepare yourself for a battle of good and evil unlike any you've seen. With rave reviews from Publishers Weekly (best of the week), IndieNext List, Kirkus, BlueInk Review, Foreword Reviews, Seattle Book Review, Manhattan Book Review, Indie Reader, and more, if you haven't read Clayton Lindemuth's unique brand of literary noir, what are you waiting for?

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Baer Creighton Rides Again

Clayton writes a real good book. Well worth taking up the story of Baer Creighton.