The 5th ‘Secret Histories’ novel opens with Eddie Drood dead. But he swiftly gets over that as he and his family have to deal with a satanic conspiracy. Things look grim, get grim and then there is a grim cliffhanger. This was good. I look forward to more ‘Secret Histories’ novels.
“Just once, I would appreciate it if you could find the common courtesy to use the bloody door, like everyone else!”
“You have to do things from which there can be no coming back, no chance of absolution or redemption. You don’t just sell your soul; you spit on it and throw it away.”
“The nuns of sixty-three different nunneries pray for his soul every day. No one knows why.”
“They don’t tell people like me things like that. If only so people like you can’t beat it out of me.”
“Do I care? No, I don’t think I do, actually.”