An American Weredeer in Michigan

An American Weredeer in Michigan

by C. T. Phipps, Michael Suttkus

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FROM THE BEST-SELLING AUTHOR OF THE RULES OF SUPERVILLAINY:

Life is not easy for the world's first weredeer detective. A simple hike turns into a media circus when Jane Doe, her best friend Emma, and a pair of monster hunters find a mass grave. Determined to find the parties responsible, Jane soon discovers a sinister cult leader has decided to make Bright Falls, Michigan the home of his corrupt religion.

As if this wasn't complicating her life enough, Jane also has to decide whether or not she wants to begin a relationship with FBI Special Agent Alex Timmons or local crime lord Lucien Lyons. Both men are determined to get to the bottom of the crime she's investigating but may be distracted by their own agendas--as well as their love for Jane.

"Surpasses the first book in all ways." - The Bookwyrm Speaks

"Phipps is the best thing to happen to urban fantasy." - Booknest.EU

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158824777
Publisher: Crossroad Press
Publication date: 10/13/2017
Series: The United States of Monsters Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 876,371
File size: 3 MB

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An American Weredeer in Michigan 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
Bright Falls, Michigan used to be just a kitschy speck on the map, a quirky little town filled with shapeshifters, magic users, a crime lord or two and Jane Doe, weredeer. Now the town shaman, Jane has her hands full, or so she thought until she is called in to assist in the investigation of a mass grave. To her horror, the victims appear to be part of a twisted cult ritual and the crazed leader is proving to be a formidable foe. Meanwhile, Jane’s affections seem to be up for grabs, as FBI agent Alex Timmons and crime lord Lucien Lyons play tug-o-war with her heart. What’s a weredeer to do? Does she choose the eccentric, but sweet G-man or the hotter-than-blazes very bad boy? While the world may need love, sweet love, Jane needs to get her priorities straight and take down a twisted cult leader before he gives religion a bad name. AN AMERICAN WEREDEER IN MICHIGAN by C.T. Phipps and Michael Suttkus is another snicker-guffaw-smirkfest mystery that flies by jack rabbit quick as Jane finds herself caught up, once again at ground zero for danger and intrigue as she races to halt the evil-doer in his tracks. Do NOT misunderstand, this is an excellent mystery, but the quirkiness, the tongue-in-cheek one liners and skewed social consciousness still drives this tale, kind of like an almost out of control train heading into a dark tunnel with an oncoming light at the other end. Oh, wait, that pretty much describes Jane’s life, too…BUT, that said, the characters (and they are characters) are fabulous, the plot is deadly wicked and cleverly dark and the questionable romance(s), well, that’s on Jane to figure out. Another fun, funny, funnier read from a talented author duo who truly seem to love their jobs! I received a complimentary copy from C.T. Phipps!
MontzieW More than 1 year ago
An American Weredeer in Michigan (The Bright Falls Mysteries Series Book 2) by C. T. Phipps, Michael Suttkus is book 2 in this clever and humorous series of supernatural creatures. This time our gal, Jane Doe, the weredeer shaman of Bright Falls has a fanatical wizard nut coming in to town wanting to kill her teacher and to take over the magical forest. He also can't be killed in the regular way, he jumps into another body on death. There are other supernatural issues going on too that she has to deal with. The whole time the book is peppered with clever puns, fun, and crazy things that keep a reader snickering. Another fun read! I was just going to read a few pages last night when I got the book but the next time I looked, I was 40% in! A fun read and I didn't want to stop. I was given this book to read and the review is voluntary. I am so lucky!!!