These books are written by Robert McCammon, a prominent award-winning writer of mystery novels.
There are more than four million copies of his books in print.
The Carolinas, 1699: The citizens of Fount Royal b…, “Night Ride” is a new Matthew Corbett Halloween st…, The world of Colonial America comes vibrantly to l…, "The Providence Rider is the fourth installment in…, The year is 1703. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations, Select the department you want to search in. I will be missing Matthew and company. Robert Rick McCammon (born July 17, 1952) is an American novelist from Birmingham, Alabama.One of the influential names in the late 1970s–early 1990s American horror literature boom, by 1991 McCammon had three New York Times bestsellers (The Wolf's Hour, Stinger, and Swan Song) and around 5 million books in print.
Matthew Corbett starts his work as a young clerk/ assistant to the travelling Judge Issac Woodward and rapidly makes the journey to manhood, trusting his own instincts for uncovering the truth and persisting even in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. To make things even more surprising, Matthew is found having been charged for murder. Matthew Corbett is a very appealing character that McCammon has stated is a problem solver. A trail is conducted with Judge Woodward presiding.
Matthew Corbett in den Fängen des Kraken at Luzifer This soon leads to him moving deeper into a shocking society where there is an even greater evil afoot that goes well beyond witchcraft. The 2014 story the River of Souls is one of the most popular books in the series. It is in 1699, and two travellers realize the night will soon caught up with them and so they must find shelter before it overtakes them.
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Matthew Corbett in den Fängen des Kraken at Luzifer
Judge Woodward believes the testimonies given by the witness, but his assistant, young Matthew Corbett, begins to suspect foul play. Thanks!
The stories entail the ancient history of Britain and the surprising and shocking crimes that occurred at the time. Rumor has it there is another, "The Nightbird Speaks: Part II", but I can't find it. Speaks the Nightbird is a true master piece of mystery fiction that is full of hard hitting intrigue and nail biting suspense.
While Matthew is out to find the killer, he is often haunted by the many abuses that he experienced when he was younger at a home for boys in the city. Please try again later. In this Matthew Corbett travels to 18th century New York where a murderer wields terrifying and bloody power over the busy city creating its identity and charting Matthew Corbett’s uncertain destiny. This leads Matthew up the Solstice River, a place also known as the River of Souls.
Speaking of authors who write multiple series within the same universe – Michael Connelly will have the new Lincoln Lawyer novel out soon. This one in particular sounds amazing with Mickey having to defend his own innocence – from behind bars! However, Matthew’s true calling lies in salvaging the future not in avenging the past, because every time the Masker claims a victim, Matthew is sucked into a maze of heart pounding investigations and forensic clues that both inflame his desire for justice and test his natural skill for detection.
A serial killer has taken New York hostage as he has been killing numerous people at random. He is a strong man who believes in the power of love and justice.
There are more than four million copies of his books in print. Read 304 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It follows the titular freelance police agent as he finds many criminal activities and uncovers numerous mysteries throughout the land. The place: the Carolina settleme…, The year is 1703, and Matthew Corbett, professiona…, “The Pale Pipesmoker” features Katherine Herrald a…, Cardinal Black is the latest installment in Robert…, "New York Times" bestselling author Robert McCammo….