Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Review: Bone White - by Ronald Malfi
"Hell is empty and all the devils are here." - William Shakespeare
When Joe Mallory, from up on Durham Rd, walked into Tabby White's luncheonette no one expected the announcement he was about to make.
"They're all dead, and I killed 'em. But I'm done now."
Eight victims over a five-year period.
...the old man was one cherry short of an ice cream sundae, Jill Ryerson's father had been fond of saying.
Dread's Hand, Alaska is a town with a history, a town that could be considered cursed.
There were bad places on earth—dark spots, like bruises—and...Dread's Hand was one of them.
When Paul Gallo heard the news out of Dread's Hand, it caught his attention right away. After all, that was the name of the town where his twin brother Danny disappeared a year ago.
When you pick up a Ronald Malfi novel you know you are in the hands of a capable writer and there's a remarkable story to be told.
Those woods are haunted by the devil himself, his aunt Lin had told him and his brothers. A man walks in there, he stands a chance of being touched by the devil. And that man, he goes sour. His mind rots. He becomes a vessel for evil, a vehicle for the devil.
In no time at all the reader is immersed in a great story as Malfi paints a picture of words with the finesse of a great artist.
Expect the unexpected in this great Summer read. I can strongly recommend this book be placed at the top of your TBR list.
Published by Kensington Books Bone White is will be available on July 25th in paperback, e-book, and audio CD formats.
From the author's bio - Ronald Malfi is an award-winning author of several horror novels, mysteries, and thrillers. He's also a Bram Stoker Award nominee. Most recognized for his haunting, literary style, and memorable characters, Malfi's dark fiction has gained acceptance among readers of all genres. He currently lives in Maryland with his wife, Debra, and their two daughters.