Human, private detective Anna Caill isn’t keen on the prohibition of magic enacted by the 18th Amendment, but she won’t deny it’s good for business. The coppers couldn’t care less about the witches’ problems, giving her any number of clients to choose from.
When mysterious witch Jesse Hunt saunters into her office, he and his case will test her limits. While a killer stalks the magical underworld, Anna is hired to find Jesse’s friend, the high priest of an ancient coven.
As her case unravels, Anna is forced to confront her addiction to a dark spell in this urban fantasy noir.
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Overall, this was a good book. There were things that I felt could have been left out or too much time was spent on, but it all came together in the end. The setting and the plot were great, but other than Jack and Jesse, it took a while to warm up to the other characters. I felt the main character spent too much time in the past, but everyone deals with grief differently. This book had a different view of witches and witchcraft, but in a good way. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a good, quick read.
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