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Monday, July 12, 2010

Book of Shadows by Alexandra Sokoloff


A brutal murder becomes a paranormal nightmare for a pair of Boston homicide detectives. Adam Garrett finds himself unwilling to believe and yet unwilling to turn away from “wicked” help is solving some horrific murders.
Adam is a solid skeptic who struggles with inexplicable behavior. Garrett’s internal strife between his burning ambition and his overwhelming need to serve justice provides a lot of the tension in this book. A high profile murder with an easy solution seems like an ideal situation to feed his ambition and sate his “perfect” girlfriends need for a status successful mate.

Landauer’s gruff concern for Garrett’s well being and his stalwart loyalty were laudable emotions aptly illustrated by the author. She did a great job at creating believable characters and seemingly rational explanations for irrational behaviors.

I’ve never been a fan of satanic evil fare but this book combines a solid mystery and main stream acceptable protagonists with the, oh too popular, paranormal strife in a highly readable format. I liked it.

I recommend the book.

Body of work of Alexandra Sokoloff

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