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Devil's Blood #2

Siren's Snare

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It's been two months since Alice Malone started her new job as a PAB agent. She's still getting used to the shift between law-breaker and law-bringer. People are going missing in Belle City. Too many. The case has the PAS scratching their heads and public demanding answers. By the time the case is handed to the agents, over one hundred people have vanished. No signs of struggle. No obvious cause. The people are simple gone, leaving jobs, friends, and families worried. Malone and Snakeskin retrace the the latest vanishings, but their only clue is a strange midnight sound. The case takes a turn when one of the men returns in a hypnotic daze, and dies shortly after. Time is running out to find the others, and Malone refuses to give up.

274 pages, Paperback

Published February 1, 2017

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Beatrice B. Morgan

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Beatrice B. Morgan lives in southern Illinois. She loves the country but hates bugs. When she’s not reading or writing, she’s playing a video game. Beatrice is a steadfast optimist, casual nerd, and caffeine addict. She often plays her music (a mix of classic rock and pop) too loud and drives too slow.

She also published under the pen name, B. B. Morgan.

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June 20, 2017
I read the first book and saw the second was out, so I got me a copy. I think the second is better than the first. It moves fast, but not as fast as the first one. It slows down where it needs to and lets the narration flow. I loved the relationship trouble between Malone and Snakeskin - I love a good romantic interest to keep the pages turning. This book extends on the first one without overlapping - while adding to the mystery that's underneath it all. I love the characters, and after this book, I like Malone even more.

My only beef with this series happens around the "self-published" nature of it. It might be because I expect there to be plot holes that I'm looking for them, and that I'm trying to find things wrong. I'll try not to. This book felt better connected than the first book, better edited.

I'm looking forward to the third book!
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May 4, 2017
Read the first one, so I read this one. Like the first, it's fast paced. The story keeps on rolling. This one had a more "noir" feel than the first, one with all the mystery surrounding the siren and the missing people, but I still liked the. I love the world that's been made and the fantasy/steampunk atmosphere. Sure, it's not a perfect book - there's a few typos here and there, but a totally enjoyable read for a rainy afternoon. Which is what I did.
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