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Posted March 28, 2006
I can't say enough good things about Law of Three. This was the first Rowan Gant Investigation book I read. I couldn't put it down. (Wish I had started at the beginning of the series, but I have read them all now). I found the plot to be captivating, the characters were ones that you could immediately connect with, and the villian is as twisted as they come. I also liked the way Paganism is portrayed. The Rowan Gant series can go a long way to helping others understand Pagans and Wiccans. I love all the Rowan Gant books, but this is my favorite by far.
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Posted December 9, 2008
His sole mission in life is to kill all the witches who live in St. Louis especially Rowan Gant, a follower of Wicca. Rowan is a high profile witch who acts as a police consultant in cases involving the paranormal. Last year Eldon Porter, after successfully torturing and killing witches according to the methods used during the Inquisition, came within inches of murdering Rowan. The witch shot him and he was thought to have been killed but Rowan knows his enemy lives. <P>Two weeks ago the police found proof that Eldon is alive and they move Rowan and his wife into a safe house. To lure them out of hiding, Eldon tortures and kills one of the members of Rowan¿s coven. As Eldon expected, the good witch insists on being part of the investigation. Rowan¿s friend, Ben Storm of the Major Case Squad reluctantly agrees to let the Wicca follower serve as a consultant even when his new boss disagrees. When Eldon takes a potential coven member hostage, Rowan risks his life to try to save his fellow Wiccan practitioner. <P>The perpetrator in THE LAW OF THREE is a religious fanatic as well as a sociopath, which makes him a very deadly opponent because he is not afraid to die in the service to his God. Readers will find the practice of Wicca fascinating as it is a peaceful and loving religion that pay homage to the earth and all of the creatures on it. M.R. Sellars has written a fascinating, exciting paranormal thriller that spellbinds readers into wanting more Gant tales. <P>Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 7, 2010
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