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No More Black Magic

Deathly Magic

The Trouble with Ghosts

Agent Abigail Collins of the Paranormal Investigations Bureau takes on all the paranormal cases the police can’t handle. If she's called in, then you know something strange and deadly has happened. Through magic, murder, and mayhem, Abby seeks answers to the one case that she could never break-the death of her parents. Follow Abby as she uncovers the truth hidden in the lies of the world she lives in.

©2015-2017 Amy Kessler (P)2017 Amy Kessler

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  • 16-10-18

Please find another narrator

I enjoyed the subject and plot of this book. It treated vampires and werewolves as interesting people rather than relying extensively on excruciating details about their transformations and gory feeding habits. I love stories about witches, but normally do not like to read about vampires and werewolves. The story carried them rather than vice versa. That said, however, the narration was stiff and over precise. The vampires all sounded like they were from Transylvania and several times words were incorrectly placed ie: the arm and hand remains were interchanged once as well as Rachel and Martha's names. And the pronunciation of "werewolf" was almost enough to make me stop listening. Fortunately. the story carried me through. However, I may not read more unless they change the narrator.

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