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Beth's Review: Shadow of the Moon by Kwen D. Griffeth

APC PUBLISHER: Kwen Griffeth

NARRATOR: Paul J. McSorley RELEASED: December 2, 2017 GENRE: scifi, fantasy, suspense LENGTH: 10 hours and 5 minutes FORMAT: ebook, paperback, audible


The grisly murder of a diplomat’s son in Central Park draw NYPD Detective Gerald Meeker and FBI Special Agent Andee Trakes into a twisted and confusing investigation. Within hours, the evidence indicates the man was executed in the manner saved for werewolves. Andee Trakes is assigned to liaison with a history professor, who is an expert on folklore and legends.Professor Alwyn Lloyd, handsome, articulate and successful, not only agrees the method of death was indeed an execution, he claims to be a werewolf. Andee is torn between the desire to date the man and the suspicion to arrest him.

From the initial killing in the park, a bloody spree is ignited that soon has Andee and Lloyd forced to work together to protect themselves and family members. Shadow of the Moon explores the world of werewolves and paints a picture of what is good about them, as well as bad. The story explains what is beautiful as well as ugly about the wolf.

The story is fast paced and full of interesting characters and several twists and turns to keep both the fantasy as well as the suspense and romance enthusiasts entertained. FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS When a murder victim is left in an unusual way, FBI agent, Andee Trakes is called in to investigate. Her investigation takes a strange turn when she sets out to interview an expert on werewolves to help her gain progress in the case. Then things get weird, and the story gets even better. I loved the mystery, suspense, and romance in Shadow of the Moon.

Overall, I rate it with four huge stars and look forward to more books by Griffeth.

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