Waiting on Wednesday: September 14

I am participating in Waiting on Wednesday hosted by Breaking the Spine. This gives me a chance to show the books I’m looking forward to in the next few months.

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by Chris Roberson

Series: Unknown

Genre:  Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Mystery

Publication date: October 18

Synopsis: Izzie Lefevre was the newest investigator for the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit when she first came to Recondito, a coastal city that’s been shrouded in mystery and legend for centuries. Local law enforcement had requested the Bureau’s assistance in hunting a sword-wielding serial killer who’d left a dozen mutilated bodies in his wake. Patrick Tevake was a local homicide detective assigned to the taskforce, and together he and Izzie managed to track down and stop the killer before he claimed another victim.

Five years later, Izzie and Patrick remain haunted by what the killer said before he fell in a hail of gunfire. Izzie’s ancestors were “mambos,” voodoo priestesses who claimed to communicate with the dead and protect the faithful from evil spirits. Patrick’s Polynesian great uncle told stories of Recondito’s supernatural menaces that lurk in flame and shadow. The killer’s last words have brought up a past both Izzie and Patrick thought they’d long since left behind, and neither has been able to shake the feeling that their case was never completely solved.


The reasons this book appeals to me:
  • This book received a starred review from the Library Journal.
  • I’m not really a fan of zombies in books or TV, but I thought I’d give this book a chance.



Author: Jan

I love to read--especially mysteries, science fiction and fantasy. I also love blogging, photography, gardening, playing Mah Jonng, reading with a cat on my lap, throwing a ball for a dog, creating cards to send to family and friends, reading book blogs, using my computer.

6 thoughts on “Waiting on Wednesday: September 14”

  1. I don’t “do” zombies unfortunately, and actually think the only zombified series I enjoyed was The Forest of Hands and Teeth that I buddy-read with my eldest daughter a few years back. Other attempts were not for me, but I’m curious as to what this one is about. I never say never to any book until I check it out further. Enjoy!


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