Monster

Monster

by Jennifer Blackstream

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Overview

USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Blackstream continues her thrilling urban fantasy series more magic, mayhem, and murder...

Still recovering from the political and personal consequences of her last case, Shade Renard is in no shape for a visit from her mentor. But when the most powerful witch in existence offers you a chance at an unqualified, unlimited favor, you take it.

To collect, Shade must find out who--or what--killed a human in one of Cleveland's peaceful metroparks. The challenge? The lead suspect is a cop, found with the victim's blood all over him. The complication? He's a werewolf. As are several of the park rangers. And they're not happy Shade is on the case...

Success means a favor from Baba Yaga. Failure means quitting her private investigative career--forever.

Favors are never free...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162094401
Publisher: Skeleton Key Publishing
Publication date: 05/06/2018
Series: Blood Trails , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 73,908
File size: 854 KB

About the Author

Jennifer Blackstream is a USA Today bestselling author of urban fantasy and paranormal romance. She is amazed and grateful to have made a writing career out of a Master’s degree in Psychology, hours of couch-detecting watching Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, and endless research into mythology and fairy tales. She firmly believes that whether it’s a village witch deciding she wants to be a private investigator, or a single mother having a go at being a full time writer, it’s never too late for a new adventure.

A fervent devotee of cooperative board games, Jennifer sets aside at least two nights a week for team-based adventures such as Mice & Mystics, Sentinels of the Multiverse, or Harry Potter: Battle at Hogwarts. She uses games with dice-based mechanics to lure in her ridiculously lucky-rolling son and daughter in the hope that they too will develop a passion for cooperative escapism.

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