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Posted December 9, 2008
It has been two years since Wiccan Practitioners Rowan Gant and his wife Felicity have been involved in any homicide investigations. Even though Rowan can still hear the voices of the dead, he is optimistic that the darkness will never touch their lives again. Mistress Miranda, a dominatrix has killed her submissive. Felicity as a free lance crime scene photographer is called in to examine the scene where the death occurred. The scene crackles with power and Rowan knows he and his wife are going to plunge into the realm where crime and occult meet. When they get back home, Felicity isn¿t herself and Rowan quickly catches on that she is channeling the killer. When a second submissive is killed, Felicity becomes possessed by the female murderer. Felicity knocks unconscious her FBI friend, takes her gun and finds a submissive in an S & M night club. She takes him to his motel while the police and the FBI converge on her scene because one of the victims killed was a cop. Even if Rowan can get her out of this alive, their problems are far from over. This is the sixth book in the Rowan Gant series and it is very different than any of the other novels. It is written in the first person from Rowan¿s point of view and the ending is ambiguous, so much so that readers will not be patient to wait a year for the next tale to come out. They (and this reviewer) will want to see a resolution, preferably one that is happily ever after. M.R. Sellars has written an exciting crime thriller with a good dose of the paranormal in it. Harriet Klausner
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Posted February 7, 2010
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