[REVIEW] ‘INTO THE ASHES’ a rural noir that fails to catch fire

[REVIEW] ‘INTO THE ASHES’ a rural noir that fails to catch fire

At the outset of Aaron Harvey’s INTO THE ASHES, a mysterious narrator opines about the cruelty of the Bible, citing the violence committed by Sampson. “In the end, he didn’t have to see the monster he became. A man can only see so much darkness before he goes blind.” The throaty inflection is a precursor to a small saga bent on secrets, revenge, and stepping outside of the law.

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