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Spectre: A Zoe Martinique Investigation

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Zoe Martinique has the extraordinary ability to travel outside her body at will. When she is drawn into an investigation of a series of bizarre murders, in which the victims are missing body parts, Zoe hopes to help her boyfriend, Atlanta homicide detective Daniel Frasier, stop the killer one she's sure is from the darkest levels of the astral plane without letting him find out about her special abilities. Then danger strikes close to home when Zoe's mother disappears, and Zoe must use all the powers at her command to save her even though Zoe knows that, in doing so, she may make herself into something no longer entirely human.


BONUS AUDIO: Includes an exclusive introduction written and read by author Phaedra Weldon.

©2008 Phaedra Weldon; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.

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  • Constance Caveny
    Monticello, IL USA
    08/04/11
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    "Disappointing"

    I liked the first book in this series but won't finish listening to this one. The reader's voice portrays the main character or maybe accentuates her as snarky. She rapidly became an irritating persona to have in my ear. Thought maybe interaction with supporting characters of Mother, Best Friend and Hot Boyfriend would add some context to the plot but instead the plot began to resemble the Too Dumb to Live scenario of heroines in old gothic novels.

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