The Law of Three by M. R. Sellars

The Law of Three: A Rowan Gant Investigation by M. R. Sellars The Law of Three brings us back to the serial witch killer Eldon Porter who reared his ugly head in book two Never Burn a Witch. The story starts out just a few weeks after the events in Perfect Trust. Rowan and Felicity barely have a chance to catch their breath before a new horror engulfs them. A member of their coven has been brutally murdered and Rowan believes that Eldon is trying to bait him into coming out of hiding. To make matters worse there is some new blood running things at the St. Louis Major Case Squad and this regime has about as much tolerance for rowan as Eldon.

Will Rowan be able to keep the people he loves safe and better still, alive? Will he truly succumb to the will of a mad man and join his fallen brethren in the Summerlands?

The Law of Three was a very fast paced ride that has some very unexpected turns. I literally read this in a day and thoroughly enjoyed it. The minute I am done posting this review, I am digging into book five Crone’s Moon. This series is really shaping up to be a must read recommendation for anybody interested in crime, paranormal fiction and a damn good storyline.

Book Stats:

  • Paperback: 327 pages
  • Publisher: E.M.A. Mysteries (July 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0967822181
  • ISBN-13: 978-0967822181

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Books in the Rowan Gant Investigation series in the order they should be read:
Harm None
Never Burn a Witch
Perfect Trust
The Law of Three
Crone’s Moon
Love Is the Bond
All Acts of Pleasure
The End of Desire
Blood Moon
Miranda

 The Law of Three brings us back to the serial witch killer Eldon Porter who reared his ugly head in book two Never Burn a Witch. The story starts out just a few weeks after the events in Perfect Trust. Rowan and Felicity barely have a chance to catch their breath before a new horror engulfs …

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Summary : The Law of Three was a very fast paced ride that has some very unexpected turns. I literally read this in a day and thoroughly enjoyed it. The minute I am done posting this review, I am digging into book five Crone’s Moon. This series is really shaping up to be a must read recommendation for anybody interested in crime, paranormal fiction and a damn good storyline.

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The Bitten by Books founder Rachel Smith is an avid reader and has been since the early 70′s. She enjoys primarily paranormal fiction, but can occasionally be caught reading non-fiction, chic lit or books on esoteric subjects. When not reviewing books you can find her blogging about her favorite products at Weird Stuff In My Desk, creating jewelry at her other business A Charming Time or peddling nail polish (her other passion) at http://patroozie.com. Rachel has worked as a spiritual counselor and teacher for many years. When not reading or hanging out online this Pacific Northwest native enjoys spending time with her husband and playing with her pack of ferocious dogs and listening to music.

5 comments

  1. I love the Rowan Grant mysteries! I have signed copies of the 1st three (the author is from St. Louis).

  2. One of the things that I really enjoy about this series is how faithful it is to the setting. I lived in St. Louis during the 80s and when I read these books, I recognize a number of the places, streets, and landmarks!

  3. Thanks! some of the names have been changed, but yeah, it’s STL all right. :)

  4. Wow! I normally don’t like criminal books, save for the Bishop series, but this sounds like its right there with it!

  5. As with the rest of the series, I love the fact that the author presents a modern-day witch without the negative stereotypes and is even able to provide factual data about the religion as well.

    Each book in this series sounds as interesting as the last and I can’t wait until I’m able to read them all!

    Good Job Murv!