Revue de presse
"Felix offers a darkly droll take on the circumstances of his world, which is just as familiar, intricate, and morally tangled as our own."―Entertainment Weekly on Vicious Circle
"A treat . . . Castor follows up his excellent debut with this even better sequel . . . Genre-bending at its best."―Booklist (starred review) on Vicious Circle
"The Devil You Know is a spectacular novel, one of the best supernatural thrillers I've read in years."―Douglas Preston, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of the Dead
"Engrossing . . . perfect . . . an ingeniously multilayered tale."―Publishers Weekly (starred review) on The Devil You Know
"An imaginative spin on the hard-boiled detective . . . mixes horror and humor in a way that spells good omens for future Castor novels."―Entertainment Weekly on The Devil You Know
"Carey transcends his comic roots in this quirky, dark and imaginative tale that compels reader to keep turning pages long after they should have gotten to sleep."―Kirkus (starred review) on The Devil You Know
"Witty, sardonic . . . irresistible . . . leaves the readers breathless."―Kirkus (starred review) on Dead Men's Boots
"Fast-paced . . . riveting . . . everything a paranormal thriller fan could want."―MonstersandCritics.com on Dead Men's Boots
Présentation de l'éditeur
Castor has reluctantly returned to exorcism after the case of the Bonnington Archive ghost convinced him that he really can do some good with his abilities ('good', of course, being a relative term when dealing with the undead). But his friend, Rafi, is still possessed; the succubus, Ajulutsikael (Juliet to her friends), still technically has a contract on him; and he's still - let's not beat around the bush - dirt poor.
Doing some consulting for the local constabulary helps pay the bills, but Castor needs a big, private job to really fill the hole in his overdraft. That's what he needs. What he gets, good fortune and Castor not being on speaking terms, is a seemingly insignificant 'missing ghost' case that inexorably drags himself and his loved ones into the middle of a horrific plot to raise one of Hell's fiercest demons.
And when Satanists, sacrifice farms, stolen spirits and possessed churches all appear on the same police report, the name of Felix Castor can't be too far behind . . .