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Own I can t wait until the next book comes outThis book did kind of start out slow I suppose but once I got past that it was nonstop action There were times where I vocally reacted to something in the book The story flowed well and kept my attention The nding was amazing It was like Baer put on his grand finale dropped the mic and walked off the stage I can t wait to see what s next with Baer Creighton I didn t like this book at all I know it happens but I dont want to read about dog fighting I only read the first 2 chapters but that was THIEME Atlas of Anatomy enough for me Started this book prepared not to like it much basically because the writing style seemed alien to me I am glad I continued to read on This tale is by far and away one of the best I have read recently The author doesn t mess about and gets stuck in with his characters leaping off the page fully clothed in glorious technicolour What a feat of writing Even though the story is pure Americana with it s illicit mountain hooch dribbling off the pages I as a non American loved and understood it perfectly well Thanks MR L Good book but plot was a bit too complicated for me Interest waned a few times but persevered andnjoyed it at the Sanibel Virgin end of the day Will read another in the series but not just yet. Another I can spot a liar like nobody and the brutal acts that he describes are timeless and primal Even within the bounds of this vernacular Lindemuth manages to fashion sharp observations Cory Smylie was irredeemable but given the vastness of Stipe'snterprise odd jobs presented that were uniuely suited to irredeemable men the world of Gleason is so immersive and Baer's vendetta so oddly compelling Fans of noir tales set in rural America will particularly welcome this addition to the genre.

Them days I didn t have a past just a future Now I m old I got no future so I brood on what s pastFirst of all at the beginning of the book there is a link that will take you to a sanitized version of the book noting misspelled words and cussing DON T follow the link Read the book as originally written The misspelled words are actually the regional dialect used by the characters in their part of North Carolina And if you re worried about the cussing you probably shouldn t be reading this book and series anyway it s down and dirtyBaer Creighton is fifty years old and it s been a hard life He lives in the woods with his dog making fruited moonshineHis brother claimed the only girl Baer Way of the Shaman ever loved and tried to kill him when he was younger He failed in his attempt but actually have Baer the rare talent to detect liesOne day someone steals his dog puts him in an organized dog fight and then drops off an almost dead dog where Baer will find himAnd retribution comes calling from Baer to all concernedThis is a great book I loved the character of Baer flawed as he is and yes he has his flaws but he also has a big heartI highly recommend this book I m now off to read book two in the series THE MUNDANE WORK OF VENGEANCE In the first five sentences th. A moonshiner with a surreal giftA country strongman And a talking dogBaer Creighton is a gifted distiller of fruited moonshine capable of detectingven the subtlest lies He lives in the woods next to his house philosophizes with his dog Fred and writes letters to his high school love Ruth who long ago chose Baer's brotherBaer keeps a low profile Everyone is happy drinking his sublime moonshines until Fred goes missing A week later while Baer harvests apples in the moonlight a chain of headlig.

Ere were five grammarspelling mistakes I m a red neck from the south but I can not tolerate reading with that many mistakes I topped after the first paragraph and may have missed an awesome book But some authors need to use the software Grammarly Dark side of life in Appalachia dog killing treachery helplessness of lower class subjects Not a pleasurable read couldn t finish I will say the advertising program is uite successful if not misleading I really Gallowglass enjoyed this book I started reading it on my way to Vegas one day and didn t get too far into the book Then I didn t really have a lot of time to pick it back up and read like I wanted to but when I finally did just the other day it was had to put down I practically read thentire book within hoursBaer Creighton is his own type of man with the abiity to sense deception and it worked in his favor He was a good guy didn t bother anyone kept to himself with Fred and looked after Mae and her children He was also pretty smart Baer brought the rain because someone did wrong by Fred and he did not stop until The Inclusion Imperative everyone involved felt his wrath He feared no one Baer got beat up fell out of a tree he got shot atven had a house set afire with him in it but he still stood his ground and did not back Hts The Public-Private Partnership Handbook emerges from the woods A single truck tosses a bundle to the ditchWhen you discover who stole Fred you'll know you've found a new master of the dark surrealAnd when you see what Baer does to himThem You haven't read a novel like thisI promiseKirkus Review Lindemuth writes in a Southern dialect that perfectlyvokes the woods and hollows of the Carolina hills Baer's voice is as textured as the landscape All my life I got out the way so the liars and cheats could go on lying and cheating one.

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PDF or EPUB My Brothers Destroyer (Baer Creighton Livre 1) ↠ Clayton Lindemuth

Am I right You’re smarter than most embrace old fashioned morals love your country dogs and guns and dig ruthless fictionHi I’m Clayton Lindemuth and my novels embrace rural noir truth Mind your own business be slow to anger But don’t ever back down to evil Justice happens when the wicked dieIf we’re tracking so far I wrote My Brother’s Destroyer and all the rest just for youYou’ll stay awake too late underline fun new ways to cuss muse about new philosophies and read random passages to strangers to make the world a better placeLiterary depth Thriller pace If youve got the stomach to watch evil men die dress for the woods and grab a lamp Weve work to do