The witches, they are real…
A series of bizarre assaults is mystifying Boston police: an unknown attacker is viciously beating random strangers and leaving a note quoting an old warning about witchcraft. History professor Alex Maple was one of the victims, and now he’s gone missing. Vickie Preston is certain that someone has taken her friend for malicious purposes. She’s having blood-drenched visions that seem to be staining her waking life, and the escalating attacks suggest that a dangerous cult is at work behind the scenes—a cult so powerful that its members would rather die than be apprehended.
Vickie is grateful to have Special Agent Griffin Pryce and the FBI’s elite Krewe of Hunters on her side. She and Griffin are finding their way in an increasingly passionate relationship, and Griffin is desperately trying to keep her safe and the two of them sane amid the disturbing investigation. The search for Alex will take them deep into the wilderness of Massachusetts on the trail of a serial killer, and it will take everything they have to survive the ancient evil that awakens and threatens not just the man they’re striving to save but their very souls.
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What is up with the exclamations?!!
I was pulled into the world of the Krewe from the very first book. However, this book as well a couple before it are a bit different. The story line and the mysteries are still good, but the dialogue between the characters are declining. The author uses too many exclamations, even when she has her characters whispering or talking lightly. Every other line ends with an exclamation. It is so annoying to imagine the character speaking this way that I think this will be the last book I buy. Roxanne in this and the previous book talks like she is a teenager with ADHD. Can they talk like adults?