Monday, March 19, 2012

Review -- THE DEVIL'S BONES --

New review for THE DEVIL'S BONES on by Bruce Grossman:

Taking a respite from the Western genre, author Larry D. Sweazy stretches his talents in THE DEVIL’S BONES, a modern thriller. It has only slight touches of a modern Western, in the sense that it takes place in a Midwestern small town where dark secrets have been hidden for years. And they are about to rear their ugly head, due to a summer drought.

It all starts when local deputy Jordan McManus is called upon by his boss to meet him at a pond where he’s made a grisly discovery: the skeleton of a small child. The bones could belong to the one case the marshal has never shaken: the disappearance of a young Mexican boy named Tito Cordova.

In his possession, the marshal has a letter pointing him to the location, as well as a small medal the boy used to own. Things turn ugly quickly when shots are fired at both men. Could this have been a set-up all along, to finally close the case? When the marshal takes a bullet and bleeds all over Jordan, all eyes look squarely at the deputy as the culprit, leaving it up to him to unravel the truth.

For the rest of the review, go here:


Matthew P. Mayo said...

Nice review, Larry. And from what I'm reading, well said. This is a helluva book. Good on ya.

Larry D. Sweazy said...

Thanks, Matt. This book means a lot to me...