Unfallen Dead (Connor Grey Series)

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For a century since the Convergence of Faerie and modern reality, the Ways between this world and the next have been closed. But now signs point to the chance that the veil may lift again.

Connor Grey has enough problems with a vengeful Queen of Faerie and the return of his old Guild partner. Add an occult string of murders, and it's another case that just may kill him.

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Overview

For a century since the Convergence of Faerie and modern reality, the Ways between this world and the next have been closed. But now signs point to the chance that the veil may lift again.

Connor Grey has enough problems with a vengeful Queen of Faerie and the return of his old Guild partner. Add an occult string of murders, and it's another case that just may kill him.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780441016891
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/27/2009
  • Series: Connor Grey Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 788,668
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Mark Del Franco lives with his partner, Jack, in Boston, Massachusetts, where the orchids tremble in fear since he killed Jack’s palm plants.

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  • Posted December 6, 2008

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    enthralling urban fantasy

    It has been over a hundred years since the Convergence occurred in the twentieth century when Faerie moved into the human world, and is cut off from their homeland unable to walk between the realms. Connor Grey, a Druid born on earth, was once so powerful, a force to be reckoned within the Guild. An accident depleted him of much of his strength and a black mass inside his head prevents him from using Essence (magic) as he once did.<BR/><BR/>Now he works as a consultant to the Boston Police Department on cases involving the Fey (see UNQUIET DREAMS and UNSHAPELY THINGS for previous caseload). He joins his BPD contact Lieutenant Leonard Murdoch at a warehouse looking into the murder of a homeless man by a Druidess who etched runes in the victim¿s face. A few days later Olivia Merced was killed in the identical manner as the homeless person by the same practitioner. While Connor works the homicides, the veil between the worlds starts to open as Samheim nears with the Fey hoping a portal will enable them to finally go home. That happening is linked to the deaths of humans and the theft of artifacts from the Celtic Faerie Collection at MOMA. Connor realizes he must fight an old enemy and prevent TirNaNog from entering the realm of the living.<BR/><BR/>This enthralling urban fantasy focuses on murders in the mundane world while providing a deep look at the Fae Guild, which is deeply involved in the homicides. They intersect at the fairy mound in Boston so that Connor is coming around to the thought that something big an odd is occurring as his Essence is acting in weird new ways. His arrogance and pride was stripped away when he lost much of his skill, but in many ways he is a better person as he cares about others; subconsciously he knows this though he refuses to admit it to himself as that would put an end to his hopes of regaining what he lost. Mark Del Franco provides a spectacular paranormal police procedural.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted April 30, 2009

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    Great Read

    The third book in the Connor Grey Series by my cousin Mark has once again amazed me. The series really comes together here. It has humor, drama, romanance and suspense. I can't wait for the next one though it seems Mark will first becoming out with a new series character based on the same mythical "Convergence World" in August 2009. I hope more books on Grey's journey are in the making. There is definitely room for that.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2009

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    Great Fantasy Series that Keeps Getting Better

    This is the third story about Conner Grey, a druid with a big handicap. The book begins with Connor being called in on a strange murder from the Boston PD. While there he senses the person that died and the druidess that killed him. Then he receives a summons to the Guild for a hearing.

    Queen Ceridwen has been brought in to find out what happened during the Forest Hill coup. She uses a spear to get the truth out of Connor, but the spear likes him and comes to his call. This turns everything around because the Seelie court is afraid of druid powers, especially if one of their tools accepts him.

    From there, his old partner is back from New York working a theft from the Met museum. They kind of mend the past and start working together when Connor's murders like to the theft of some powerful Fey items.

    And then there is the Taint, left over essence from Forest Hill, has been causing big problems lately. There have been an increase of fighting amount the fey and the Taint. But the Taint has seemed to help open the portals between the hear and now and TirNaNog, the land of the dead.

    Everything is actually mixed together when you learn that the thief and murder are the same person trying to change what has happened. There is more to Connor and Meryl's relationship, which is progressing wonderfully. I could not put this book down. It sucks you in and you just can't stop from turning the next page. This is a definite must read. If you like the Dresden series, you will love this book. I cannot wait for the next one.

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