A series of seemingly motiveless murders of supernatural creatures points to a vigilante targeting the supe community of Scranton. Markowski wouldn’t normally have much of a problem with that, but his daughter may be next on the killer’s list...
Justin Gustainis was born in Northeast Pennsylvania in 1951. He attended college at the University of Scranton, a Jesuit university that figures prominently in several of his writings. He is currently a Professor of Communication at Plattsburgh State University. His popular series of urban fantasy novels featuring investigator Quincey Morris include Evil Ways, Black Magic Woman and the forthcoming Sympathy for the Devil.
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No. I did get through it but it wasn't easy. The narrator ruined it. It sounded like a Saturday cartoon. He didn't differentiate voices very well and did not do women well. I was hoping for a Dresden type book.
I am thinking of steering away from paranormal towards basic mystery.
He just was not suited for the story.
Honestly there might have been potential in the story, it couldn't hold my attention so I don't know.
Again, an entertaining book, enjoyable plot, interesting premise. But, really, why on earth would an FBI agent sound like Natasha from The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show? If you can get past the, shall we say 'unique,' narration, this would be worth listening to, but I'm not wasting any more credits.
The Story mixes may 2 favorite genre so we are on to a winner.
The Main character Stan has grown considerably from the first book.
The narrators additional character voices are very odd at times like something from a bad cartoon, there appear to be repeating segments that are not repeats as the inflection is different I assume someone screwed up with the editing of this together.
The way its been written is excellent, it kinda makes you believe its possible!
ive totally enjoyed all three books
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