By Andrew Vachss

ISBN-10: 0375719083

ISBN-13: 9780375719080

Andrew Vachss has reinvented detective fiction for an age within which to blame secrets and techniques are out of date and homicide isn't even worthy a information headline. And within the individual of his haunted, hell-ridden inner most eye Burke, Vachss has given us a brand new form of hero: a guy inured to each evil other than the sort that preys on children.

Now Burke is again, investigating a virus of obvious suicides between little ones of a prosperous Connecticut suburb. There he discovers a sinister connection among the suffering of the younger and the actions of an elite sadomasochistic underground, for whom pan and its accompanying rituals are a resource of pleasure--and energy

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This is just the kind of night for a ghost story. ” Truth be told, I was a scaredy-cat. All the same, whenever someone had a scary story to tell, I would be all ears, my small body rigid with expectation. Thus, when of his own accord Uncle K unexpectedly brought up the subject of Ofumi that had per5. A neighborhood in between the inner and outer moats of Edo Castle in the northwest corner of the city. After the Meiji Restoration, many of its large mansions were left abandoned, their samurai occupants having returned to their provincial domains.

Under the piercing gazes that both Hanshichi and Uncle K were directing at him, the priest turned pale and trembled slightly. “I am a man of humble training, so I cannot guarantee that it will have any efficacy. ” After a while, the priest announced that it was time to eat, and a meticulously prepared vegetarian meal was promptly brought out. Saké came as well, and though the priest did not touch a drop, the other two men had all they could drink and eat. When it came time to leave, the priest said, “Let me have a palanquin take you home .

Trying to decipher this hodgepodge was enough to make K’s head spin and his eyes glaze over. Uncle K soon began to grow bored and to feel pangs of regret at having impulsively taken on so formidable a task. ” came a voice. ” The man with a big grin on his face who had just sat down at the front of the shop looked to be about forty-two or -three. He was lanky and, in a striped kimono with a striped jacket over it, looked the very picture of a respectable merchant. He was somewhat swarthy, and his long, thin face was extremely distinctive, with a prominent nose and expressive eyes that gave him the air of a kabuki actor.

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