[PDF / Epub] ☂ Black Mountain (Isaiah Coleridge #2) By Laird Barron – Alwaysonltd.co.uk

Black Mountain (Isaiah Coleridge #2) Ex Mob Enforcer Isaiah Coledrige Has Hung Out A Shingle As A Private Eye In New York S Hudson Valley, And In His Newest Case, A Seemingly Simple Murder Investigation Leads Him To The Most Terrifying Enemy He Has Ever FacedWhen A Small Time Criminal Named Harold Lee Turns Up In The Ashokan Reservoir Sans A Heartbeat, Head, Or Hands The Local Mafia Capo Hires Isaiah Coleridge To Look Into The Matter The Mob Likes Crime, But Only The Crime It Controlsand As It Turns Out, Lee Is The Second Independent Contractor To Meet A Bad End On The Business Side Of A Serrated Knife One Such Death Can Be Overlooked Two Makes A Man Wonder.A Guy In Harold Lee S Business Would Make His Fair Share Of Enemies, And It Seems A Likely Case Of Pure Revenge But As Coledrige Turns Over Stones, He Finds Himself Dragged Into Something Deeper And Insidious Than He Could Have Imagined, In A Labyrinthine Case Spanning Decades At The Center Are An Heiress Moonlighting As A Cabaret Dancer, A Powerful Corporation With High Placed Connections, And A Serial Killer Who May Have Been Honing His Skills Since The Vietnam War


About the Author: Laird Barron

Laird Barron, an expat Alaskan, is the author of several books, including The Imago Sequence and Other Stories Swift to Chase and Blood Standard Currently, Barron lives in the Rondout Valley of New York State and is at work on tales about the evil that men do.Photo credit belongs to Ardi AlspachAgent Janet Reid of New Leaf Literary Media



10 thoughts on “Black Mountain (Isaiah Coleridge #2)

  1. says:

    Laird Barron was born in 1970 He is the author of several books including The Imago Sequence and The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All , Occultation and Other Stories He lives in the Rondout Valley in upstate New York.According to Facebbook he e


  2. says:

    When two mutilated bodies of local criminals are found, signs point to a hired killer called The Croatoan But the Croatoan has been dead for years, right That s what Isaiah Coleridge wants to find outLaird Barron jumped nearly to the top of my favorite a


  3. says:

    I received a free advance copy from NetGalley for review.A former Mafia hit man turned private detective hunts down a serial killer who also used to moonlight as a mob hit man Man, I really wanted to love this book Sadly, I didn t.Isaiah Coleridge was in


  4. says:

    Laird Barron s BLACK MOUNTAIN is his best novel yet, which is saying something Expertly blending crime and horror, Laird s non supernatural horrors become cosmic existential in scope and feel, similar to Peter Straub s genius novels KOKO, THE THROAT.


  5. says:

    This is the second book in the hard boiled crime series featuring Isaiah Coleridge As I noted in my review of the first book, Blood Simple , Coleridge is a mostly reformed mob enforcer who was working in Alaska until being exiled to upstate New York after a problem involving wa


  6. says:

    My review of BLACK MOUNTAIN can be found at High Fever Books.Blood Standard, the book that introduced the half M ori mob enforcer Isaiah Coleridge, was one of my favorite books of 2018 Halfway through that one, I found myself lamenting over the wait for book two I wanted it immediately


  7. says:

    The Best Crime Horror Hybrid I ve Read Possibly EverOver the last decade plus, Laird Barron cut his teeth writing the most visceral, mind bending, linguistically overachieving, philosophizing, universe quaking horror fiction seen in this millennia Tapped by Putnam and invited through the mains


  8. says:

    This one really wowed me It s even darker, funnier, assured and real than Blood Standard the first installment in Barron s Isaiah Coleridge series, if you didn t know , which I really enjoyed Not only is this the best Laird Barron novel, it s among my favorite things he s writt...


  9. says:

    another great Coleridge adventure On surer footing than the excellent first entry, we have time for our hulking hitman to explore the rotting resorts of the Catskills and the forbidding mountains of the title, as he...


  10. says:

    Maori mobster turned gumshoe Isaiah Coleridge is back in Laird Barron s sequel to Blood Standard , a gritty, graphic crime thriller that not only introduced the world to a new lovable wise cracking detective but also debuted Barron s foray into the crime mystery genre Barron, known for his horror dark fantasy, follow


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