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The Wind Began to Howl

“Isaiah Coleridge [is] an intimidating presence…” —Marilyn Stasio for The New York Times Book Review

“…as much Bram Stoker as Lawrence Block.” –Tom Nolan for The Wall Street Journal

“Like a lyricist, Laird Barron excels at manipulating the tones and cadence of language. Like a Gothic novelist, the mood he creates is often bleak.” –Bruce DeSilva for the Associated Press

“Expertly blending crime and horror, [Barron’s] non-supernatural horrors become cosmic/existential in scope and feel, similar to Peter Straub’s genius novels KOKO, [and] THE THROAT.” Paul Tremblay, bestselling author of The Cabin at the End of the World

“Coleridge is a large, unbelievably strong, scarred man—a thug, yes, but a thinking-person’s thug…Readers with a tolerance for violence will want to meet him.”—Booklist (starred review)

Swift to Chase

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