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Publisher's Summary

Volume two of the Preternatural Affairs series.

This boxed set contains Shadow Burns, Deadly Wrong, Ashes and Arsenic, and Once Darkness Falls.

©2014, 2016 SM Reine (P)2016 Red Iris Books

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  • Bunty
  • Burnaby, BC, Canada
  • 08-17-17

Entertaining. Good action and witty dialogue.

Cesar Hawke and his colleagues fighting against demons and trying to solve supernatural problems. Once again he had face politics within the order and also facing family problems. Interesting and kept me interested. Will look forward to more boxed sets in this series. Worth a credit. Jeffrey Kafer as usual performed wonderfully. Made the plots most enjoyable. SM Reine is a good writer though I feel there was a bit too much "f..." Word being used. Otherwise the plots are good.

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Dudley Doolittle

Main character is unbelievable. Won't hit a female who's trying to kill him, really?

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  • AMF
  • 01-26-17

It's just a bit silly.

There isn't anything in it that is believable. clearly it's set in a fiction, but you can have a fiction with characters that absorb you and pull you in. The central character is dumb, two short planks, walks in without thinking dumb, and it gets a bit old. The story is muddled with far too many muddy morals.

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