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Reviewed by Brenda Ballard for Readers' Favorite
Eriq La Salle has carried over his characters Phee and Quincy from the last nail biter, Laws of Depravity, to Laws of Wrath. Phee and Quincy are on a well-earned leave after their last thrilling case, only to be called back from their brief vacation. A Satanist group has started leaving hollowed-out bodies with startling ties to the duo. The leader, a woman who considers herself a god, still runs things from inside her prison cell. When Phee's older brother becomes one of the cult's victims, the two men must seek her help to solve this baffling and gruesome case. It isn't long before their own skeletons begin to fall out of the closets. Dealing with their families' pasts becomes equal to the mystery in their laps. The danger creeps up on the partners fast, leaving them to fight for one of their own. The priest murders from their last case begin to resurface and, like a scream in the night, will leave the two with whirling heads as the story continues (hopefully) in another book.
Eriq La Salle did a fabulous job melding Laws of Depravity into the next book in his series, Laws of Wrath. The story line could be present day, its realistic descriptions are so chillingly believable. This book is not for the faint of heart. There are graphic scenes that some may prefer to avoid. I found myself rather disturbed initially but once I realized that this was part of the first book, it all fell into place. Mr. La Salle surely has a best seller here!!