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Cities That Eat Islands (Book 2)

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Mixing Sarah Paretsky and Andrew Vachss into a noir urban fantasy, the author of the Miki Radicci series continues the tense and thrilling mystery of siblings entering a dark and secretive world of criminals and anti-heroes.

He’s killed 3 young women.

The police can’t see the connection.

She can.

The events from two years ago bring the Noto twins' psychic ability to th
Kindle Edition, 468 pages
Published July 26th 2019
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Mar 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I received this book to give an honest review.

*Warning, there is the use of the n-word within the storyline. It goes with the hate crimes that are happening in the story. I hate the use of that word at all cost, but I felt I need to let the readers know about it.*

Have you ever had an author that no matter what they write you just can't wait to devour it? I have had only a handful of authors that do it for me. M.E. is one of those authors.

I highly recommend you read book one so you understand the
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M.E. Purfield is the author of the long running and highly rated Miki Radicci series and the sci-noir Blunt Force Kharma series. He has had short stories in Broken Pencil, Unwinnable Magazine, and Norwegian American Weekly. He lives in Jersey City, NJ but you can always find him at

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