From the Devil’s Farm is yet another great Patronas story that starts out with a horrendous crime, committed against an innocent child, in a most tranquil of places: a remote Greek island. Serafim has a way of making Patronas such a likeable guy who seems to never get a break or the woman of his dreams. In this case, he gets both, but not in the ways you would ever foresee. You will love him even more by the end of the book. As in her other three novels—The Devil Takes Half, When the Devil’s Idle, and To Look On Death No More—she weaves a believable tale that draws you in with the first sentence and denies you all else until you have read the last word. All are highly recommended.
- CJ Loiacono