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That Thing at the Zoo by James R. Tuck
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Jun 10, 12

really liked it
bookshelves: e-book, urban-fantasy, kensington, review-requested, paranormal
Read on May 31, 2012

Something is killing animals at the Atlanta Zoo. Since the bodies have been torn apart in a very strange way Detective John Longyard knows this case is going in the ‘Weird Shit’ file, so he calls the local Occult Bounty Hunter, Deacon Chalk to come do his thing. Deacon and his team decide it could be several nasty things, so the only way to find out and kill it is to stay the night in the zoo. Things get just a little weird after nightfall.

This short story is a quick read. Fast-paced, smooth-flowing with an interesting plot and characters, you’ll wish there was more to read. Don’t worry. You can go on and read the full length novel 'Blood and Bullets' then upcoming in a few weeks is another short 'Spider’s Lullaby' before another full length novel 'Blood and Silver' comes out August 1st. It looks like Deacon Chalk will be around for awhile and for that I’m glad.

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message 1: by Caedy (new) - added it

Caedy  Eries Sounds awesome.

A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol) Very reminiscent of Anita Blake ~ the early books. I'm liking this new series.

message 3: by Caedy (new) - added it

Caedy  Eries Nice :)

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