Tuesday, April 27, 2010

(77) The Burying Place by Brian Freeman


I know, I know... I missed the "Happy Tuesday" post today. Can you guys forgive me? Yesterday was the first day of my new job & I was just in Zombieland after work, so I sacrificed my blogging. I promise not to let it happen again.

If you are not familiar with Brian Freeman, he is fairly new on the mystery/thriller scene. I would compare him to Tami Hoag, mostly because Minnesota is the shared local of many of their books. Now, Freeman uses recurring characters in his stories, but it is not really necessary to read them in any sort of order.

The Burying Place, like his other books is set in and around Duluth, Minnesota. Detectives Stride & Serena are called to the scene of a child abduction. At the same time a fourth person goes missing from the area. But no one knows that the two cases are connected....

Bottom line, if you are in the mood for a good grisly detective novel, check out Brian Freeman.

2 comments:

Mimi said...

Hope your job is going well.

Charlotte's Web of Books said...

Thanks Mimi. It is going really well!

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