Through the Evil Days (Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne Series #8)

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Now a New York Times bestselling author, Julia Spencer-Fleming rises to the accolade with a powerful, and emotionally charged novel readers have been yearning for.

On a frigid January night, Chief of Police Russ Van Alstyne and Reverend Clare Fergusson are called to the scene of a raging fire, that quickly becomes a double homicide and kidnapping. Which is the very last thing Russ needs...Currently he's struggling with the prospect of impending ...

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Overview

Now a New York Times bestselling author, Julia Spencer-Fleming rises to the accolade with a powerful, and emotionally charged novel readers have been yearning for.

On a frigid January night, Chief of Police Russ Van Alstyne and Reverend Clare Fergusson are called to the scene of a raging fire, that quickly becomes a double homicide and kidnapping. Which is the very last thing Russ needs...Currently he's struggling with the prospect of impending fatherhood. And his new wife is not at all happy with his proposal for their long-delayed honeymoon: a week in an unelectrified ice-fishing cabin. The vestry of St. Alban's Church has called for the bishop to investigate Clare's "unpriestly" pregnancy. She has one week to find out if she will be scolded, censured, or suspended from her duties. Officer Hadley Knox is having a miserable January as well. Her on-again-off-again lover, Kevin Flynn, has seven days to weigh an offer from the Syracuse Police Department that might take him half a state away.

As the days and hours tick by, Russ and Clare fight personal and professional battles they've never encountered.  In the course of this one tumultuous week the lives of the Millers-Kill residents readers have come to love and cherish change forever.  Readers have waited years for Through The Evil Days and Julia Spencer-Fleming delivers with the exquisite skill and craftsmanship that have made her such a success.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
09/16/2013
In Agatha-winner Spencer-Fleming’s eighth Clare Ferguson/Russ Van Alstyne mystery (after 2011’s One Was a Soldier), the individual personal dramas of her leads overshadow the detective work. Clare, an Episcopal priest, and new husband Russ, the police chief of Millers Kill, N.Y., are looking forward to a week’s honeymoon. Meanwhile, Clare’s pregnancy, which began before their wedding, places her career in jeopardy, and Russ learns that his department may be completely eliminated. Clare’s condition evokes conflicting feelings in Russ, whose first wife suffered numerous miscarriages. Russ also fears that Clare’s substance abuse before learning she was pregnant will harm the baby. With all those issues to work through, the story’s central crime—an act of arson aimed at covering up a double murder—almost recedes into the background. While the couple’s complex relationship will engage readers, the very pregnant Clare’s active involvement in getting the bad guys strains credulity. Author tour. Agent: Meg Ruley, Jane Rotrosen Agency. (Nov.)
From the Publisher
“This novel....is among the best in the series, combining steady action with complex, sympathetic characters and an immersive setting. Clare and Russ are an unusual but fitting pair, and Spencer-Fleming perfectly captures the contrasting emotions of love and frustration that define marriage. Readers seeking tales of city crime reaching small towns will love the well-crafted setting and story but shouldn't expect a cozy; there's plenty of grit here.” —Booklist (starred review)

Through the Evil Days is both a powerful psychological thriller and a pulse-pounding action adventure that shows us once again why Julia Spencer-Fleming is one of our finest writers of suspense.” — Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author of Paranoia and Buried Secrets

“Thrilling, chilling and the suspense is killing.” —Val McDermid

Through the Evil Days is an exceptionally fine addition to an already accomplished series. Julia Spencer-Fleming is one of mystery fiction's treasures.” —John Connolly

“It’s amazing Spencer-Fleming manages to carry off a layered plot that opens with an arson, a double homicide and a kidnapping and expands into a broader picture of the drug use, domestic violence and desolation squeezing the life out of this small town.” —Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review

Through the Evil Days is deep, rich, and compelling—and as chilling as hell. Julia Spencer-Fleming has written a masterful novel.” —Meg Gardiner, author of The Shadow Tracer

“Tense, stylish and accomplished: In Through the Evil Days Julia Spencer-Fleming delivers a very enjoyable mystery thriller.” —S.J. Bolton

Through the Evil Days is a treat for hardcore Spencer-Fleming fans and newcomers alike. It leaves only one question unanswered: how long do we have to wait for the next one?” —New York Times bestselling author Lauren Willig

Praise for One Was a Soldier:

"A story of greed, betrayal, and wounded love, One Was a Soldier left me entertained, satisfied, and a shade wiser about the cost of war.” —John Hart, New York Times bestselling author

One Was a Soldier is one of her best and most heartfelt in this superior series." —Florida Sun Sentinel

“Spencer-Fleming’s fans who have been waiting eagerly for her latest won’t be disappointed; this series, as intelligent as it is enthralling, just keeps getting better.” —Booklist (starred review)

“An absolute tour de force! Both a superb murder mystery and a gripping examination of the suffering of returning soldiers.” —Louise Penny, New York Times bestselling author

“Spencer-Fleming knows her craft, which lends authority to the subsequent investigation. But it’s character that really counts here.” —The New York Times Book Review

“In the hands of a lesser writer, this novel would not fly, but Spencer-Fleming carries it off and concludes with a believable resolution. Outstanding.” —Library Journal (starred review)

“Spencer-Fleming's most ambitious book yet - think The Best Years of Our Lives with corpses....fans will continue to be impressed by her resourceful determination never to tell the same story twice.”

Kirkus Reviews

From the Publisher
“Spencer-Fleming knows her craft, which lends authority to the subsequent investigation. But it’s character that really counts here.” —The New York Times Book Review

One Was a Soldier is one of her best and most heartfelt in this superior series."

—Oline H. Cogdill, Florida Sun Sentinel

“This is a surefire winner, taking the linchpin Fergusson–Van Alstyne relationship to a new level . . . Fans who have been waiting eagerly for her latest won’t be disappointed; this series, as intelligent as it is enthralling, just keeps getting better.” —Booklist (starred)

Kirkus Reviews
2013-10-23
Now that they're married and pregnant--not in that order--Episcopal priest Clare Fergusson and Millers Kill Police Chief Russ Van Alstyne (Once Was a Soldier, 2011, etc.) are in for the honeymoon from hell. Mikayla Johnson has gone missing. The outlook is bleak, since whoever took her evidently shot her foster parents, retired federal agents Ted and Helen MacAllen, and torched their house, making sure to do an especially thorough job. Since Mikayla, 8, had a liver transplant not long ago, she's on a complicated regimen of immunosuppressants, and if she doesn't keep up with them, she'll die. As the Millers Kill Police Department begins their ticking-clock search for the missing child who's been abandoned by her meth-head mother, Annie, and her abusive ex-con father, Hector DeJean (whose name is a broad wink to industry insiders), they pick up chilling hints that her disappearance may be linked to Annie's well-connected drug supplier Tim LaMar. Meanwhile, there's trouble aplenty on the homefront. Russ learns that the state police, backed by some budget-conscious local officials, are looking to disband the Millers Kill department and take over its duties. Officer Kevin Flynn, a mainstay of the force whose relationship with Officer Hadley Knox is foundering, is offered a tempting job with the Syracuse Police Department. Hadley's smarmy ex-husband, Dylan, pops up from California demanding money she doesn't have or their children. Clare's bishop, scandalized by her premature pregnancy, asks her to resign her pulpit at St. Alban's or face disciplinary charges. There's barely room for the once-in-a-lifetime ice storm that strikes just as Clare and Russ are hunkering down in an isolated cabin in Cooper's Corner to get some quiet time for themselves. Spencer-Fleming, whose record has shown that she's not afraid to pile on the plot complications, ladles out threats, betrayal, redemption and seriously bad weather until Clare loses track of how many times her honeymoon has been interrupted by bad guys who've held her husband at gunpoint.
Library Journal
10/01/2013
Demand will be high for the eighth entry in this multi-award winning series (after One Was a Soldier). Pregnant Clare is directly in harm's way in this chilling January tale.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312606848
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 11/5/2013
  • Series: Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne Series , #8
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 89,210
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

JULIA SPENCER-FLEMING is the New York Times bestselling author of One Was A Soldier, and an Agatha, Anthony, Dilys, Barry, Macavity, and Gumshoe Award winner. She studied acting and history at Ithaca College and received her J.D. at the University of Maine School of Law. Her books have been shortlisted for the Edgar, Nero Wolfe, and Romantic Times RC awards. Julia lives in a 190-year-old farmhouse in southern Maine with her husband and three children.

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The dog’s barking woke Mikayla up. Ted and Helen—she was supposed to call them Uncle Ted and Aunt Helen, but she never did inside her own head—had told her Oscar was really a sweet dog. And it was true, he never growled at her. He was so big, though, with his tail going thunk-thunk-thunk and his long pink tongue and his stabby white teeth. Mikayla didn’t care how sweet he was, he scared her.

Right now his big deep bark was booming, over and over and over again. Mikayla burrowed beneath her quilts and pulled the pillow over her head. “Shut up, stupid dog,” she whispered. She waited for the thud of Ted and Helen’s bedroom door, footsteps on the stairs. It sounded like Oscar had to go bad. She shivered. What if the MacAllens didn’t do anything? She would have to let him out. That was the rule. Then she’d have to stand around in the freezing hallway until he pooped so she could let him back in.

She pushed her pillow away and scooted up. It sounded like the dog was already outside. Maybe Ted had let him out and fallen asleep. Grown-ups could sleep through anything. There had been times Mikayla had to talk to her mom before the bus came in the morning, and she’d shake her and shake her and Mom still didn’t do anything but mumble and roll over.

She climbed out of bed and put on her booties and her robe. The MacAllens had given them to her the afternoon she had come out of the hospital. The robe was pink and woolly and the booties had real sheepskin inside, which was good, because the MacAllens’ old house was always cold. She missed her mom’s apartment. She could spend all Saturday watching TV in her shortie pajamas, it was so warm inside.

Mikayla opened the bedroom door and wrinkled her nose. The hallway stank like a gas station, and the night-light was out. Moonlight streamed from Ted and Helen’s open door at the other end of the hall, and for a second she thought about trying to get one of them to let Oscar in. But they might be mad if she woke them up.

She clung to the railing as she walked down the unlit stairs. The stink was even worse in the front hall. She had her hand on the doorknob to let Oscar in when someone said, “Wait.”

She screamed.

“Shh. Shh. Mikayla. It’s me.”

She caught her breath at the familiar voice. “You scared me!”

There was a clank, like a pail setting on the floor, and then a figure moved out of the deep dark of the living room into the shadowy gray of the hall. “I’m sorry. I’m here to take you to your mom.”

“My mom?” Her heart was going bumpety-bump. She wasn’t sure if it was from her fright or from the idea of seeing her mom. “Really?”

“Yeah. I was just coming upstairs to get you.”

“But—” She frowned. “It’s the middle of the night. Are you supposed to be here?”

“Look, do you want to stay here with them? Fine by me. I’ll just leave.”

“No! Wait!” Mikayla stumbled toward the living room. “I wanna go. I wanna see Mom.”

“I dunno. Maybe I made a mistake, coming to get you.”

“No! No! Just let me—I have a suitcase. I’ll get my clothes, and then we can go.”

“I’ll get your clothes. You go get in my car. It’s in the driveway. I’ll be there in a minute”

It was snowy outside, and she was in her robe and pajamas, but she was afraid if she argued, she’d be left behind. “Okay.” She turned back to the door. “Can I take my coat and my book bag? They’re right here.”

“Yes, yes, yes. Jesus.”

She snatched them off their hooks and opened the door. Oscar’s barking got wilder.

“And don’t let the dog in!”

Mikayla shut the door behind her and ran along the narrow shoveled path to the drive. Oscar, standing in the snow, whined as she passed him, but he didn’t do anything to stop her. She jumped into the backseat of the waiting car and slammed the door. She sat, shaking from excitement and fear, her arms wrapped around her book bag. She was going to see her mom again. It had been so long.

Then she had an awful thought. Her recorder. She had left it in the bedroom, and Monday was music class. If she forgot it again, Ms. Clauson would kill her.

She could run back and get it. She knew right where it was. It wouldn’t take more than a couple of minutes. That would be okay. Maybe. She bit her lip and opened the door. Slipped out. She left the door open. That would prove she was coming right back.

She had taken three or four steps toward the house when she heard a whumping noise. Oscar stopped barking and lay in the snow. He whimpered. It sounded almost as bad as the barking. Then there was another whump, and another. In the black, moon-blank windows, she saw something orange-red kindle. It was far back, like something in the kitchen, maybe.

Oscar whined again.

The door slammed, and for a second she thought, It’s Ted, he’s running to stop me, he’s coming to get me, he’s going to save me, but she could see it wasn’t Ted MacAllen at all.

The orange-red glow grew brighter. Oscar sprang up, barking and barking, and Mikayla’s whole body shook. She remembered what she learned on Fire Safety Day: Don’t run back into a burning building, and that was a burning building, and what she had to do was call 911 and the firefighters at the station had been nice and she had gotten a real, hard helmet—

“What the hell are you doing? Get into the car, goddammit!”

She scrambled into the car. The door slammed against the bottom of her boot, like a hard slap. She twisted around to see out the back. The firefighter helmet was up in the bedroom, too, she remembered. With her recorder. She stuck her thumb in her mouth. The car engine firing up almost hid the sound of breaking glass. She sucked her thumb harder. She wasn’t going to think about Ted and Helen. She wasn’t going to think at all. But she stayed facing backwards looking at the snow and the moonlight and the house and the fire, until they rounded the bend in the road and she was gone.

 

Copyright © 2013 by Julia Spencer-Fleming

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  • Posted December 1, 2013

    I have been looking forward to this next installment of the stor

    I have been looking forward to this next installment of the story of Clare and Russ since pre-ordering the book during the summer. Unfortunately, I was very disappointed. The elements that most appealed to me in the previous books, Clare's faith, the dynamic dialogue between Clare and Russ and the coziness of Miller's Kill and its residents was missing. Considering the seriousness of Clare's situation with the Bishop as presented at the beginning of the story, there was very little in-depth discussion between Clare & Ross, or most importantly, between Clare and God. The normal depth of character was missing and she appeared as a rather defiant, self-centered executive defying the wishes of a superior rather than a deeply spiritual individual maintaining a fierce commitment to a firmly held calling. Both Russ and Clare were very one dimensional in contract to the flawed but essentially good people readers have come to love. The Kevin/Hadley story suffered from a similar superficiality. Despite the dangers faced by Hadley and her children, it was hard to be sympathetic to her sudden change of heart toward Flynn couched as it was in a physical encounter in such a potentially public setting. The impression overall was one of an overly complex set of dangerous circumstances comprising a "What can possibly go wrong next?" that became so predictable it was clear something else was going to go wrong. There was far more emphasis on creating increasingly dangerous and repeatedly escalating dangers at the expense of dialogue and character development. By the conclusion, the only character I was at all concerned about was Flynn. The spiritual overtones that invigorated the series previously are totally missing. Perhaps this will attract new readers but I fear it may alienate those, like myself, who fell in love with the series for the tenderness between Russ and Clare and her commitment to her calling. I hope these elements will reappear in future stories.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 5, 2013

    The story of ¿Through the Evil Days¿ spins out over one week in

    The story of “Through the Evil Days” spins out over one week in the lives of our favorite Millers Kill residents, all of whom face daunting challenges and inner apprehension as they are thrown into situations fraught with emotional upheaval. While Russ and Clare struggle to come to grips with her unexpected pregnancy, Clare once again finds herself at odds with the bishop and Russ is caught up in an unexpected issue with the aldermen. The department’s investigation of an early-morning house fire that has claimed the life of two people quickly takes an even more ominous turn when a kidnapping is revealed. Officers Hadley Knox and Kevin Flynn are thrown together in the investigation, forcing them to cope with difficult moments and tough decisions even as Mother Nature unleashes the ice storm of the century, stranding Russ and Clare in an isolated cabin at the lake where they have gone for their long-delayed honeymoon. With the dangerous Adirondack storm knocking out communications, closing roads, and bringing daily life to a virtual standstill, nerves are frayed, tension is running high, and the clock is ticking . . . .

    Julia Spencer-Fleming’s eagerly-awaited eighth installment of the Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne series doesn’t disappoint. Here we find all the elements we’ve come to expect from her books: a tightly-crafted story that puts the reader right in the middle of a multi-layered mystery, exploration and insight into personal relationships, life-changing reveals and decisions. The story teems with excitement, offering up enough twists and turns along the way to keep the reader eagerly page-turning; as always, there are a few gut-wrenching “wow . . . I never saw that coming” moments to ratchet up the turmoil. It’s a powerful, emotional, can’t-put-it-down masterpiece that will keep readers on the edge of their seats right to the very last word. A highly recommended, satisfying read worthy of far more than five stars . . . don’t miss this one.


    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 13, 2013

    Disappointed & shocked

    The time line for the events was too long and there was too much jumping around from character to character. It seemed as if it would never end. Which may have been a blessing. The ending was not satisfactory and left me shocked and confused. What was the final decisions between Clare and Russ? Why did the author hurt and humiliate Hadley and Flynn so that their situation cannot be repaired in a future book? Did Russ have a position with the police? Unfortunately, I do not intend to read another book in the series to get any answers.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2013

    Very disappointing

    Clare and Russ have become cartoon like super human cartoon characters enduring unbelieveable trauma without any consequences to body or soul. There is too much ink spent on Kevin and Hadley. The timeline is stetching out way too long. Clare has been pregnant years with the same baby!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2013

    Very sad

    I'm very sad about this book. I'm very sad it ended. I love this series of books. I can't wait for the next one.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 5, 2013

    This is a WONDERFUL story, whether you have read all of the book

    This is a WONDERFUL story, whether you have read all of the books in the Clare Fergusson/Russell van Alstyne Millers Kill series or are just starting out.
    This book picks up a few months from where the previous novel, One Was a Soldier, left off. Clare and Russell, now married and expecting
     a child decide to go away for a few days to try out a cabin in the wilderness and what happens next will surprise you.
    But as I said, you can pick up this book and know exactly where you are. A gripping, keep you on the edge of your seat read.
    It has everything you would want in a novel: mystery, suspense, romance, and just as I like to call it, every day happenings.
     You will not regret reading this book. It has caused me to go back and re-read the series and to me, that is what reading is all about.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2014

    i love this series of books. I look forward to the next book. I

    i love this series of books. I look forward to the next book. I am sure all will work out for all of them.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2014

    Always great

    Love the character development of flynn and hadley

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 21, 2014

    As good as ever!

    Once again Clare manages to get herself and Russ into - and out of - difficult situations. And we're set up for wanting the next book in the series. Keep them coming!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2013

    Worthy successor to an outstanding series

    The usual careful plotting makes this another well-constructed and edge-of-the-seat suspense, as Claire and Russ face the prospect of imminent parenthood. The complications, both trivial and inspiring are so real to anyone who has ever been closely involved with parish life. Do not miss this fine read!





    Y7

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2013

    Good author but Amazon is selling this on Kindle for $6 less

    Good author but Amazon is selling this on Kindle for $6 less

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2013

    Highly recommended

    Highly recommended. I read the whole series. Very enjoyable. Can't wait for the next one.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2013

    Very Disappointing

    I waited 2 years for this book to come out. The other 7 books were wonderful. It was a long drawn out 5 days and no woman who is 5 months pregnant would have been able to keep up the pace or the harm done to her body. I don't care what kind of army training. Also, with the drug abuse early in the pregnancy-the story is becoming too far-fetched. On top of that the ending with the other two officers just let the book fall even flatter.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2013

    Good

    I have read quite a few of her books and like them very much, this one is excellent

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 10, 2013

    An excellent author

    A little different from her other books but an enjoyable read.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 10, 2013

    YES!

    Was waiting for this one to come out. Now I can't wait for the next!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2013

    I was so upset to have read this book to an ending that was horr

    I was so upset to have read this book to an ending that was horrible. How could the author write over 400 pages to have a conclusion that was so terrible. I am mad at myself for completing the story.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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