The Tangled Bridge (Devils of the Briar Series #2) (Paperback)

By Rhodi Hawk

Tor Books, 9780765324979, 528pp.

Publication Date: October 30, 2012

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Psychologist Madeleine LeBlanc is desperate to escape the madness that has followed her family for a century. She's struggling to adjust to her new-found power and to stick to the pact that protects her sanity.

But an innocent little boy is being hunted—by Madeleine's half brother and her great-grandmother, Chloe, and by the demons they control. The boy is a threat to their bloodline, to their very nature, but Madeleine cannot let his young life be callously destroyed.

Thrust into an age-old battle of dark versus light, Madeleine dives deep into the history of her family and into the vast paranormal underworld of New Orleans, a world seemingly controlled by her great-grandmother.

The only way to stop Chloe lies past the tangled bridge that could lead to great power…or total destruction.

About the Author

RHODI HAWK began her career as a transcription linguist in U.S. Army intelligence. She later worked as a technical writer during the Internet boom. In 2007 Hawk won the International Thriller Writer's Scholarship. She is the author of A Twisted Ladder and The Tangled Bridge.

Praise For The Tangled Bridge (Devils of the Briar Series #2)

“A thriller with characters that are intriguing and real, a sublime plot, and all the right ingredients.” —Heather Graham, New York Times bestselling author of The Evil Inside, on A Twisted Ladder

“A phenomenal novel…eerie and evocative, A Twisted Ladder provides scares and surprises galore.” —Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of The Silent Girl

“Rhodi Hawk has reshaped Southern gothic and made it her own. Alternately lyrical and disturbing, majestic and profoundly creepy, A Twisted Ladder sings with an unabashed love of the South even while lifting its rocks to reveal the decay and darkness lurking beneath.” —F. Paul Wilson, New York Times bestselling author of the Repairman Jack series