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Fracture: Sequal to Malice of Darkness (The Council of Three Book 3) by [Fitzgerald, Barry]
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I was lucky enough to have read this before it went to publication (arc copy was supplied for an honest and unbiased review).
This is a great end to an amazing journey. The first book... The Council of Three, introduced us to the nefarious and insidious world of the fae. Peter Walsh's investigations into the infamous 'Sligo Five'. He unravels stories of The Fallen Ones, and pieces what connection they had to the school children who went missing. This first book was a real page turner.
The sequel, The Malice of Darkness, seen a new pawn come into play in the form of Keely. The incredible yet painful journey this girl took was heart breaking.
Now, in this, the final installment, we meet Psychic Kris Henderson. When she becomes embroiled in a fifteen year old murder case, the insidious powers that circle the case have now reached such heights that they challenge the resolve of Kris and those that work by her side.
"... A war described in our ancient manuscripts and spoken in whispers, a war where human life is expendable..." And this is something that she finds out just as others walking this path did before her.

This is a great end to an breathtaking story. Barry Fitzgerald is an amazing story teller and his ability to draw you in and connect you with the characters is second to none. I highly recommend not just this installment, but all the books in this series.
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