Crisscross
by F. Paul Wilson

A Repairman Jack horror novel told by God. The title refers to patterns on a globe and on the skin of a dead woman from a previous RJ novel and to the fact that RJ is working on two cases at the same time here, and he keeps switching back and forth between them. In one case a rich old woman hires him to find her son who has joined a religious cult called Dormentalism. In the other case he is hired by a nun who is being blackmailed by a private investigator who has incriminating photographs of her. The simple cases both escalate dramatically. Well done.

Year Read: 2005


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