Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Book Review: Jackaby (Jackaby, Book 1), by William Ritter

Jackaby (Jackaby, book 1)
By: William Ritter
ISBN-10: 1616203536
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R. F. Jackaby has an ability that allows him to see paranormal creatures. When Abigail Rook arrives in New England, she teams up with the observant detective to track down a serial killer Jackaby suspects is not at all human.

Parents should be aware that this book contains:

• Violence (references to blood, fighting, shooting, killing, and scary descriptions of monstrous creatures)
• Mild profanity (d*mn, h*ll, b*stard)
• References to a nude statue and a naked man
• Abigail has a crush on a young policeman
• Some drinking, drunken characters, and references to smoking

Jackaby is a young adult debut that combines a bit of every genre: mystery, paranormal, humor, historical fiction, and romance. Brimming with witty dialogue and a charming story and cast of characters, this Sherlock Holmes–like novel is bound to win over fans of hilarious, quirky, mystery thrillers.

Readers who enjoyed Jackaby might also like:

The Cure for Dreaming, by Cat Winters

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