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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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It's too bad because otherwise this is a good book. It's well written, has been edited or shall we say proofread, the characters and locale are interesting, and it kept my focus. But it's almost insulting to my intelligence to leave a plot hole that's this big.
I'll probably buy another from this author, and even in this series. But if Ms. Perry does again think that just because the characters are oblivious the readers will also, I'm afraid I'll have to refrain.
Maralee (Lee) Barrett has returned to her childhood home in Salem, MA. Lee is staying with her Aunt who raised her from the early age of five. Lee has seen a lot in her short three decades of life. Currently, she is applying for a job of Field Reporter for a local Salem cable TV station.
Lee doesn't get the job, but as often said, life shuts one door and opens another, in this case, Lee finds a body who worked at the TV station and thus filled an open position. It sounds trite, but, believe me there is nothing trite in this tale of murder, mystic, and psychological intrigue When the three combine, this tale moves up notches and you find yourself quickly turning the pages.
I liked this story because the police actually listened to Lee and paid attention to the 'amateur' sleuth. Also, Lee didn't take unfounded risks. I am looking forward to the next novel in this series.