The Dead Man: The Dead Woman by David McAfee is my second favourite of THE DEAD MAN series of books, after The Dead Man: Face of Evil. And that's saying a lot.
This series just gets better and better with each new instalment in Matt Cahill's ongoing hunt for Mr. Dark and the reasons behind his macabre abilities.
In THE DEAD WOMAN Cahill find himself in a small Tennessee town being terrorized by a serial killer. He also meets a woman that may, or may not, know a thing or two about his haunting visions of evil.
This is a terrific little book. It's well written, tight and meets with my one requirement for an excellent Dead Man book. A little axe swinging action!
This is my first time reading anything by author David McAfee and I hope it won't be the last. It's very obvious he's a talented writer and I can't wait to see what he can do outside THE DEAD MAN universe.
I've said before but it's worth repeating. This is a great series. If you haven't jumped onboard yet, you're missing out. My fellow Canuck, Gef Fox (of Wag The Fox) mentioned in his review of Dead Man: Hell in Heaven (The Dead Man) that this series was similar in rhythm to the '70's television show The Incredible Hulk. I thought that was a very astute comparison. And since I loved that show growing up and I love this series of books, you gotta do what's right and check'em out!