Darkly brilliant and intuitive private detective Charlie Parker returns in the thrilling New York Times bestselling series: “Read this with the lights on and the doors locked” (BookReporter.com).
Nature has to be held back, and the trees kept to their domain. The trees . . . and what dwells among them.
Deep in the Maine woods, a wrecked plane is discovered. It was never reported missing, and there are no bodies, but what it conceals is powerful beyond comprehension: a record of those who have struck a deal with the devil.
A new battle is about to commence in the war between light and darkness, and the list proves to be a deadly weapon. While private detective Charlie Parker fears his own name is there, he is certain that it must be secured from evil. For others, too, have joined the search: a beautiful, scarred woman with a taste for killing; a silent child who remembers his own death; and a serial killer known as the Collector. But the woods, too, are preparing, for other secrets lurk within their depths. . . .
Someone survived the crash. Something survived. And now it waits.
About the Author
John Connolly is the author of the Charlie Parker series of mystery novels, the supernatural collection Nocturnes, the Samuel Johnson Trilogy for younger readers, and (with Jennifer Ridyard) the Chronicles of the Invaders series. He lives in Dublin, Ireland. For more information, see his website at JohnConnollyBooks.com, or follow him on Twitter @JConnollyBooks.
“Strongly recommended for plot, characterization, authenticity . . . horror . . . and humanity.” — Library Journal (starred review)
“A great read.” — Booklist
“Memorable . . . it takes readers on a path they truly won’t believe, offering diehard evil from the first to the last page . . . Connolly has once again delivered an all-out thrill ride!” — Suspense Magazine
“Connolly leaves us wanting more.” — Florida Times-Union
“I believe that I have already read what is sure to be one of the best books to be published this year: THE WRATH OF ANGELS . . . Read this with the lights on and the doors locked.” — Bookreporter.com