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    Terrific thriller

    Some authors write books that leave you completely satisfied when you are done reading and eagerly awaiting their next book, whatever the subject. Brendan Duffy is one of those authors. Duffy’s previous book, House of Echoes, was published about three years ago, so the details weren’t that fresh in my mind. But as soon as I saw his name as the author of The Storm King, I knew I wanted to have it as soon as it was released, and I knew I would once again finish with that satisfied feeling. You know when you turn the final page it was time well spent. The Storm King is mesmerizing from beginning to end. After a body is discovered in Greystone Lake, Nate McHale returns to the hometown he left fourteen years earlier. He is not comfortable there and the tension is palpable. No one is what they seem to be, or what they seemed to be all those years ago. He is estranged from his friends, his old enemies are still around, strangers seem to present danger, and a massive hurricane that almost feels like a character in itself is coming. The story jumps around in time but makes perfect sense. The suspense builds until you can’t turn the pages fast enough. I highly recommend that you read The Storm King, go back and read House of Echoes, and put Brendan Duffy on your automatic pre-order list. (Note this review was unsolicited; I did not receive a complimentary copy of the book.)
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