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Huntress Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff (2015)

Review by CJ

Page count:
369

Format:
Kindle eBook

ASIN:
B00NKTTDH4 

 

When FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke witnesses one of his undercover agents killed in what appears to be a freak accident, it opens the door to an investigation as bizarre as it is obscure — a female serial killer whose past intwines with Roarke’s own.

Huntress Moon is the first book in the The Huntress/FBI Thrillers series.

In Huntress Moon, Sokoloff has weaved a thrilling crime story with the slightest hints of supernatural elements to create a novel that is dark, mysterious and gripping.

I loved the main characters in Huntress Moon as they are not perfect, but they are perfectly likeable and all serve their purpose well. From Roarke whose past has deeply affected him, to the ‘huntress’ whose past has all but shattered her and everyone in between.

Huntress Moon does have a couple of minor plot holes and loose ends that I hope will be cleared up in future books. But overall, Huntress Moon is a well-written, enjoyable crime novel with a dash of the supernatural and characters that you can’t help rooting for.

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