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- Print Length: 260 pages
- Publisher: Argento Publishing, LLC (June 26, 2018)
- Publication Date: June 26, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07D6WX9GY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,245 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Old Fashioned: Phantom Queen Book 3 - A Temple Verse Series (The Phantom Queen Diaries) Kindle Edition
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Our heroine Quinn MacKenna the black magic arms dealer of Boston has multiple problems...(as usual). Which starts with massive hangover from a weekend in Vegas with Othello and Callie Penrose.....but that's another story. More Characters make their debut as well as the Crossover traffic hinted at before. This is an excellent book stronger as it goes and well worth the click. There is a serial killer murdering people to the theme of the 12 Days of Christmas.....missing Werebear and family.....oh and a lot of Fae intrigue. So please avail yourselves of this wonderful book and let Cameron O'Connell and Shayne Silvers do their magic.......
I loved the introduction of all the new "Freaks" and to revisit some of our familiar people, like Jeffries. It was a good tie in with the Nate Temple books with the references of what was currently happening in St. Louis. I love the new friendship that Quinn has with Callie and how "her world" was included (bears in Alaska). I also love that Beckett is back in the story and it will be interesting if Callie will ever forgive him.
Great story, flowed beautifully, couldn't put it down. I loved Dobby and Eve-can't wait to see what happens with them-and Robin. Personally, I'd love a scene with Carl and Eve. Loved it! Quinn has completed the best trio of Temple-Verse ever found in any imaginary world. Well done, Shayne and Cameron!
Ever have one of those days, like at work, where you start to work on some project, and then there’s an emergency, so you have to stop what you were doing to work on the emergency, and then a worse emergency comes up that you have to take care of before the first one is solved, and so on until you are nested five or six levels deep in emergencies? Well, that’s sort of the situation Quinn MacKenna faces in Old Fashioned.
Quinn gets called out ‘way too early in the morning to help the FBI solve a bunch of murders that appear to have been committed by Jack the Ripper. She’s barely started on that before she finds out that her friend, the bar owner Christoff, has disappeared. In the process of trying to sort out all this, she goes on a sort of vision quest where she meets a being who may or may not be her mother and finally visits the Faerie Chancery.
If it wasn't obvious in the first 2 books, Quinn's hair is very appropriately red and she can definitely be a stereotypical red headed hot head. The actions of her friends and acquaintances seem to push Quinn further to her breaking point in this book. On top of stressful and intense investigation, Quinn finds out she is unknowingly being influenced by people close to her. All of the stress and frustration comes to its boiling point when we finally get Nate and Quinn into a room together for an actual interaction. While this book may not be an exciting trip to NYC, the action that is close to home still turns out a page turner.
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Quinn plays detective and teams up with the fbi. characters are really well rounded and more is revealed about who Quinn really is, but in the great tradition of the templeverse you are left with more questions and wanting the next book to find the answers
answers, but with the Templeverse we expect nothing less.
Quinn is more private detective than arms dealer in this one, a development I very much enjoyed. Two
cases, a serial killer with a Christmas bent and a missing friend.
As usual, lots of sass and attitude. Can't wait for book four.
This is better than the last, as Cameron is getting more experienced with writing Quinn the story is getting better and better.
I really enjoyable, fast paced book.
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