Full Bone Moon by G. Cameron Fuller
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A full-throated, full-bodied novel which persistently surprised and pleased me with its depth and revelations, “Full Bone Moon” is ostensibly the story of a newspaperman and a police chief in Morgantown, West Virginia, home of West Virginia University, and their respective hunts for the recurrent killings of co-eds, slaughtered in a seemingly ritualistic manner. Both thought that search was over years ago, when a Philadelphia man with a long police record was tried and convicted for earlier, similar, murders. What neither can know is that these are only the strands of a very intricate, possessive, and well-tuned web of deceit, murder, ritual offerings, and insanity.
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