Midnight Lullaby, Prequel to the Erin Solomon Mysteries

Midnight Lullaby, Prequel to the Erin Solomon Mysteries

by Jen Blood

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BN ID: 2940151043625
Publisher: Adian Press
Publication date: 10/20/2015
Series: Erin Solomon Mysteries
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 284
Sales rank: 120,250
File size: 10 MB

About the Author

Jen Blood is a freelance journalist, and author of the bestselling Erin Solomon Pentalogy. She is also owner of Adian Editing, providing expert editing of plot-driven fiction for authors around the world. Jen holds an MFA in Creating Writing/Popular Fiction, with influences ranging from Emily Bronte to Joss Whedon and the whole spectrum in between. Today, Jen lives in Maine with her dog Killian, where the two are busy conquering snowbanks and penning the next mystery.

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Midnight Lullaby, Prequel to the Erin Solomon Mysteries 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This series is fantastic!
ReadersFavorite1 More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite Midnight Lullaby: A Diggs and Solomon Thriller is a hard boiled supernatural mystery by author Jen Blood. The prequel to the Erin Solomon mystery Pentalogy, this novel sees our heroine Erin as a protégé investigator, when she first meets Daniel “Diggs” Diggins. Diggs becomes embroiled in a sinister plot when a ritualistic murder takes place in Maine, and the affair turns ever more personal as the killer determines their next target. So begins a spiralling narrative with dark and somewhat occult themes, where Diggs and Solomon get to know one other amid the horror of murder, corruption, and a whole lot of crime. Jen Blood is relentless in her writing, providing the reader with gut wrenching criminal intrigue, horror-esque atmosphere, and fascinating character development. For someone who has yet to read Pentalogy, meeting Erin Solomon for the first time was an excellent experience. I enjoyed her intellect immensely and found her to be a proud, action-oriented heroine rather than the passive female sidekick one so often sees in this genre. Diggs too was a deep and well developed character, earning the reader’s backing as he attempts to relaunch his reporting career with disastrous results. The plot was well-paced and well thought out, with some truly disturbing moments that hit home and made the action seem all the more tense. Overall, I would highly recommend Midnight Lullaby to readers searching for a new dark mystery series, but if you’re anything like me, you’d better prepare yourself to start reading the whole lot.