Book review: “Every Cloak Rolled in Blood”

A cemetery plot may feel like a lonely place.

It's quiet there, peaceful, solitary. Does it seem final, or is it the beginning of a new life in a Beyond you can't yet know? Graveside or otherwise, they say we're never alone, and that spirits are watching us. And in the new book "Every Cloak Rolled in Blood" by James Lee Burke, that's not always a good . . .

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