Melina’s missing friend, Paul, could just be taking a little werewolf “me time,” but her investigation yields something more sinister. Suspicions first fall on Paul’s wolf-pack rival. But that wouldn’t explain the sudden windstorms rattling Melina’s nerves—or the ominous, shrieking crows that keep appearing.
The clues lead Melina to a mermaid, a damaged and possibly deranged police officer and patterns for Norwegian doilies—finally bringing her to the realization that she may be dealing with the most powerful enemy she has ever faced.
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“Melina is an edgy, kick-ass protagonist.”—Alyssa Day, New York Times bestselling author
“Rendahl’s book stands out with its wonderfully original protagonist, wildly original plot and wickedly witty writing.”—Chicago Tribune on Don't Kill the Messenger
“A strong and sassy heroine shines in this exciting, sexy and hilarious debut. Melina’s charisma and wit, interesting side characters and dashes of hot romance will keep readers wanting more.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Don't Kill the Messenger
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A smorgasbord of supernatural characters await in Eileen Rendahl’s well-written “Dead Letter Day.” Third in the series and a combination of mystery, fantasy, and romance, this novel is an excellent blend of story elements set in our “human” world with a nice, steady, progressive plot. Series character Melina Markowitz can sense supernatural beings. Her friend Paul – a werewolf – has gone missing. From there and while circumventing a cast of otherworld characters, Melina must first determine if Paul’s disappearance is sinister and, if so, then rescue him. Rendahl has a nice arc going with Melina who continues to grow here in Book Three with newly discovered and growing powers, and a personal issue quite unexpected for a messenger of the spiritual world. I eagerly look forward to how Rendahl plays out the personal developments in Book Four and how that element changes the perspective of the main character Melina. “Dead Letter Day,” by the way, is enjoyable as a standalone title without having read the previous books in the series. – Clay Stafford, author and founder of Killer Nashville
My favorite book so far. This is book three and they just keep getting better.
I'm addicted! Can't wait for the next book in the series!