- File Size: 395 KB
- Print Length: 125 pages
- Publication Date: November 27, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AZ5PNNO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,536 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
COLD CASE MORPHS, Paranormal Romance (A Silkstone Series Standalone Comedic Mystery Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Let's be honest up front, the idea of functioning in your everyday life while constantly wearing a Morph suit is a little, well, wacky. So it stands to reason that a book about Morphs will also be a bit wacky, and it it is. But it is wacky in a wonderful way. Because many of the characters are wearing Morph suits, we learn very little about their physical appearance. This forces us as readers to focus on their actions and personality traits in order to form opinions of them; in my mind, I bet these opinions are far more accurate than if we were to allowed to be influenced by physical appearance. And in some ways, the mystery of these people in Morph suits is a little sexy.
Morph suits aside, the story at the heart of this novella is really quite normal. A dash of mystery, some humor, romance, paranormal activity, and a few homages to some great 80s movies. What is not to like? I really liked the central mystery of the story. I thought it was well developed and had many layers for such a quick read. I liked the tie in a past story by the same author that involved Morphs, and I like the open ending that allows for more mystery Morph stories in the future.
Do not let the uniqueness of Morphs scare you off from this book; the story is so engaging, by the end, the Morphs seem like any other character, and though the story is unusual because of the Morphs, I think it is all the better for it. I hope to see more Morph stories in the future!
I received a review copy of this book courtesy of the author in exchange for my honest review.
If you haven't read any of Silkstone's books yet they'll have you laughing your socks off.
How she ever thought up the idea of opening a detective agency whilst wearing a Morph suit amazes me, but she did. Bizarre in a humorous kind of way.
Like her other books this novella is another you should add to your tbr list.
Can't wait for the next book.
And “cold” is what Fedora gets when she is sent on a mission. It’s an innocent-enough errand, to check out a bed-and-breakfast inn for the honeymoon of another Morph, Green, and his bride, Zo White. What she finds is a haunted hotel, and a seemingly frantic innkeeper.
Fedora can see and communicate with the ghost, and it seems that not all is on the up-and-up at the Walnut Inn. The agency, already busy with a missing Hollywood bigwig, takes on the case for the simple reason that they don’t want their newlywed friends to have to deal with ectoplasm at the beginning of their lives’ journey together.
However, Fedora is the only one to take the ghost’s side, and will not stop until there are answers and everyone is accounted for.
Missing moguls, pint-sized gangsters, death on a gargoyle, and a fire-hose foam melee in front of the police station–the action never ends until all is revealed, and the Morphs can sit back and wait for their next case.
Ms. Silkstone has again written a hilarious masterpiece. I was so happy to get back to the characters of “Zo White and the Seven Morphs”. They were just as I remembered them.
Her ability to write humor is right up there with the best. The characters are quirky, the plot moves right along, and she can throw the silly stuff in as well as, sometimes better than, a few of the well-known authors that I have been following for years.
I can safely add Barbara Silkstone to my list of authors whose series I simply must have.
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