Immovable object - Meet irresistible force
When Alastair Stone investigates a tale of odd events at an abandoned Midwestern paper mill, he figures it's just another hoax. After all, he's seen hundreds of them in his career.
He soon discovers this one isn't a hoax, though - and neither is the backwoods hunter who's suddenly developed healing abilities in Pennsylvania. The only thing the two have in common are the strange, possibly extradimensional rifts spontaneously appearing nearby.
As Stone digs deeper, he finds forces aligned against him - including some of his most trusted and powerful friends. Why are they warning him away from the rifts? And more importantly, why do they refuse to give him a reason?
But when Verity disappears during their investigation, Stone knows he has to get to the bottom of this supernatural mystery - no matter how many enemies he has to make in the process. And when he finally does learn the truth, it comes with the horrifying revelation that he might already have made a terrible mistake.
Don't miss the rest of the series:
- Stone and a Hard Place
- The Forgotten
- The Threshold
- The Source
- Core of Stone
- Blood and Stone
- Heart of Stone
- Flesh and Stone
- The Infernal Heart
- The Other Side
- Path of Stone
- Necessary Sacrifices
- Game of Stone
- Steel and Stone
- Stone and Claw
- The Seventh Stone
and three standalone tales:
- Turn to Stone
- Shadows and Stone
- Devil's Bargain
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Diamond in the Rough
This series is so good. I am surprised that it has not picked up the steam like the Dresden files or Alex Verus series. The characters are the business and the story line keeps you hooked like a addict!
I can't wait for the next book. This one was a major cliffhanger!!!
RL King is the best
You will never go wrong with an Alistar Stone novel. this is the best so far.
BRILLIANT WRITER AND FANTASTIC NARRATOR
Alastair Stone full of curiosity and determined to save people from evil. Wonderful plot and story and as always Will M Watt narrated/performed as expected. Most enjoyable and I am waiting for the next book to come out. Ms R L King is indeed a brilliant writer and I hope the Alastair Stone Chronicles will continue for a long time. Bravo.