Old power, older magic
After spending years in North Carolina, Max and Sandra thought they knew how the world of ghosts, witches, and curses worked. With the aid of the ghost of 1940s detective Marshall Drummond, they had carved out a space to live, fought those who used magic to destroy others, and defeated the dreaded Hull family.
Now, without the Hulls, control of magic in North Carolina is in free fall. Some groups claim to be in charge while others vie for power. When graves from the 1700s start breaking through to the surface, Max and his team find themselves caught in the middle of the fight, and every decision he makes could have consequences that reverberate through the entire magic world.
Then things take a truly dire turn - Max's mother shows up for a visit.
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- Kindle Customer
audio book does not play
audible book does not play audio,, book progresses with no sound, the others were great.
- M. Docter
I cannot believe that I haven't written a review for this series. Jaffe pulls you in with Southern Bound, the first book. But now with Southern Rites, you feel that you are in South Carolina and some of the most unique historic places in the area. Southern Rites, is a full throttle ride and you need to hang on for every word. Max and the gang have their work cut out for them and adding Max's mother into the mix makes it that more interesting. I have to admit, but I like Mother Hope, for a baddie, she is tough as nails. Jaffe, the author is actually a pretty good narrator, I have enjoyed listening to him, he gives a little bit of history at the end of each book, and has a former history teacher, I find myself goggling the bits that he mentions. Thanks for reading