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Slaves to Evil (The Dead Man #11)

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Published (first published May 29th 2012)
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Gef
Feb 21, 2013 rated it liked it
Kind of worked out nicely that I read this installment in the Dead Man series around American Thanksgiving, since the ax-wielding hero, Matt Cahill, is about to save Turkey Day for the latest smalltown to fall under the influence of Mr. Dark.

Breckenbridge, Minnesota is a quaint, quiet town on the surface, but when Matt sees the rot on Breckenbridge's chief of police, he knows there's about to be trouble. Then he learns he's outnumbered, as nearly the entire police force has signs of Mr. Dark's c
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Randy
Jun 02, 2012 rated it it was amazing
The living Dead Man, Matt Cahill, has dual problems this time around. While passing through a small Minnesota town, he spots the cops at a car wreck and sees that rot in their faces, that only he can see, that denotes some evil either happening or going to happen.

He gets off the bus to investigate.

His second problem is a stalker, a young woman named Elena, who wants him dead. Matt killed her brother, part of a group in North Carolina that was going to blow up a mosque of innocent people simply b
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Jayme
Jun 03, 2012 rated it liked it
Not a fan of this one. There is too much going on to cover in approx 100 pages. First of all, Matt has to save the world again and this part of the story is the best. The story of some underage child trafficking cops was the main story in the book. In addition to this, there is a woman hunting Matt to avenge her brother. This does bring up Matt's healing ability which is kind of cool but the story goes downhill from here.

To explain why the woman is trying to kill Matt we are given an ongoing fl
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Robin Edman
Jun 15, 2012 rated it liked it
I was a little worried when I realized that they had allowed a chick to write a Dead Man book. I don't much care for paranormal writing by women, as a general rule. So, here I am to tell you that there is only a little tiny bit of unnecessary melancholia, and that this entry in the series is as sound as some of them. I particularly liked the dual story lines working together; that's a bit of artistry that is new to the series.

So, if you like the series, read on, without fear. This is a slightly
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Chris
Sep 19, 2016 rated it liked it
This was a very short novella in the series. Largely about Matt stumbling across a town that harbors a secret about a slave ring (spoiler? Maybe not from the title), and how the Dark Man has involved himself there. It's a bit too quick to be a TV episode IMHO, and could have used some more exposition to bring you in and make you care a bit more. However, an ok continuation of the series, none the less.
Tom
Jun 02, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Very enjoyable! Its a strong entry in this series and has the pacing and plot twists that we have all come to expect from the Dead Man books. In addition, this one adds a dual story line and an interesting new character that ties the two plot lines together. The action packed ending is highlight of the book.
John
Nov 09, 2013 rated it liked it
A nice entry to the Dead Man series. Klink weaves two stories together into one, making two relatively minor encounters with evil into a rumination on how evil's infection continues even after it has bee extinguished.
Ming Siu
Having a female writer on the series for the first time brings a little more depth and perspective to the goings-on. Good effort.
Debbie
Jul 16, 2012 rated it really liked it
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yet another exciting episode, everything as expected for the DM Series
Oliver Clarke
Aug 28, 2016 rated it really liked it
Above average entry in the Dead Man series, all the usual elements are there, but this one is tighter and more gripping, with a flashback story interwoven with the main action. Good nasty fun
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