- File Size: 551 KB
- Print Length: 136 pages
- Publisher: Darkerwood Publishing Group (April 28, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 28, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DJWPFJ6
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Ascending Darkness: (Occult Urban Fantasy/Mystery) (Ordo Templi Serpentis Mysteries Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Liz Tanner's success is hard won. Book 1 of the Ordo Templi Serpentis Mysteries thrusts her into the limelight when a member of her occult order is accused of murder. Her responsibilities grow heavier with each novel in the series, as do the paranormal and criminal risks she encounters. Her boyfriend, Mike, and the world's most cheerful Satanist, Alyssa, fight to keep her safe and sane, but Liz's own powers continue to rise. Could it be her own darkness that hungers to ascend?
As a long time reader of Ellery Queen, Audrey Brice's mysteries held up for me. I'd compare her writing to that of Lillian Jackson Braun and Ellis Peters in terms of gore and accuracy of research, respectively. Her dedication to factual accuracy makes sense since Brice also publishes occult literature under a different pen name. Thanks to her time as a professional magus, Brice's satires the Pagan community's behavior so well that I frequently have to smother laughter while reading her stories. Brava!
I only wish I could give Audrey Brice extra stars for often saying what I'm not courageous enough to blurt out.
As it is, Ascending Darkness is a five-star read. I cannot wait for Book Five: Illuminated Darkness!