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Solemnity (The Chronicles of Servitude, #4)

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Bobby Roland has stumbled onto a new crisis.

Violent criminals are rising from the dead throughout Oregonnot just in Portland, but in Bobbys adopted hometown of Autumn Ridge. He teams up with Joanna Halsey, an old acquaintance who knows a few things about the occult, to get to the bottom of the mystery. Together they surmise that these criminals have been brought back to
Hardcover, 332 pages
Published October 3rd 2019 by BHC Press
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G.S. Jennsen
Jul 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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As with all the Chronicles of Servitude books, Solemnity is a fast-paced thriller all the way to the final period of the final sentence, as Bobby Roland crisscrosses the Pacific Northwest chasing the risen dead and searching for who might be behind their return.

In a moment of weakness about halfway through the book, Bobby cracks, just a little bit. I have to keep going and going and going to help people, because if I stop even for a minute, it might cost someone their life or their soul. I get
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J. S. Bailey enjoys writing eerie tales of the supernatural that keep readers on the edges of their seats. She has published six novels and twenty-one short stories, with more on the way. Bailey is fond of long walks in the woods, British television, and lots of burritos. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband and cats.

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