Fraser: The Disappearance of Michael Pitts by Mark Clodi
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Review: FRASER: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MICHAEL ALLAN PITTS by Mark Clodi and Michael Picco
I can remember few cliffhangers as enormous as the ending of this horror-mystery-suspense novel. Certainly it propels readers to the next in the James Rover series. James Rover is a rather unusual protagonist, who falls into a really unusual (potentially world-ending) case. Once an FBI agent specializing in analytics, Rover was badly injured during a shootout which also included his partner/mentor Corinne Washington.
Allowed intermittent function as an unofficial private investigator in investigation of cold cases, Rover stumbles into the Iowa disappearance of a seventeen-year-old boy who has no ostensible reason to disappear. The sheriff also has disappeared, Rover himself is arrested by the "interim" Sheriff for arson, and he quickly discovers that this quiet river town is a hotbed of unnatural disturbance, and a portal to the beyond.
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