Starts off with a blast as Bob goes into full on dance, and body part flinging mode within the first few lines. We are also reintroduced to Griff, the empath.
The tongue in cheek humour is forefront with Bob and even if a little stinky/slimy he is such a likeable guy.
What is not to like about JJ’s writing, especially her dialogue pieces as they give her characters such life with getting stuck down in the he said/she said back and forth.
When Bob catches up with Sam, the shape-shifter, at Griff’s bar JJ explains how they both became part of the supernatural world and how they met, a really great story in and of itself. However, when Bob learns that the necromancer he helped to capture has escaped he has to help to recapture him.
Bring on New Orleans, Voodoo hoodoo, witches, zombies and mayhem galore!
JJ moves her stories along quickly, but still holds tension, and this was no exception, fast paced but with full on mental imagery to pull you into the story.
I am looking forward to the much promised updated Sam the Shifter book.