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SUPERNATURAL THRILLER BOOK REVIEW- THE THIRTEENTH SACRIFICE BY DEBBIE VIGUIÉ

THE THIRTEENTH SACRIFICE
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Publication Date: April 3, 2012
When young women start dying, Boston cop Samantha Ryan is the perfect person to investigate, for only she knows what the archais symbol carved into their flesh means. The last in a long line of ruthless witches, she grew up in a coven seduced by power and greed. And now she’s sure that bad witches have returned to Salem. Reluctantly, Samantha goes undercover-into a town obsessed with black magic, into her terrifying past, and into thedark, newly awakened heart of evil.

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THE THIRTEENTH SACRIFICE is a well crafted supernatural thriller. The characters and story line are well-developed. Samantha Ryan grew up in a coven of witches, and she was the only survivor when a spell goes wrong and everyone in the coven , but Samantha is killed. She is now a detective and is no longer a practicing witch. She is pulled back into the world of witchcraft when a few murders are brought to light with a supernatural twist. Samantha is once again immersed into the life of a witch. She has to go undercover to flush out the killer. As she gets closer to the one who is behind the murders, Samantha starts to have flashes of memory from her childhood and that fateful night. Samantha has to be strong or risk losing herself again to the magic and life of a witch. I loved this book with its many twists and turns, and surprising ending that I did not expect. I give THE THIRTEENTH SACRIFICE 4/5 stars.

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REVIEW FOR “BLOOD MAGIC” BY JENNIFER LYON

Product DetailsThis is book 1 of the Wing Slayer Hunter novels. In the days when powerful witches used their magic to shield humanity from demons, their allies and guardians were a group of men gifted with preternatural abilities of their own–the witch guardians. But when a band of witches traded their humanity for demonic power, the ancient bond was broken, and the guardians became the hunters.

Darcy MacAlister knows nothing of demons or magic. But this beautiful young woman is about to discover the truth about her past…and her future. For she is a witch–not just any witch, but the key to breaking the curse that has plagued witches and the men who hunt them. For if a hunter kills an innocent witch by mistake, the price is no less than a piece of his soul.

Axel Locke, gorgeous leader of the Wing Slayer Hunters, has sworn never to shed the blood of the earth witches who have resisted the temptation of demonic power. But when his sister is cursed by a demon witch, he discovers that Darcy MacAlister may hold the cure–if she can master her newfound powers in time. When the chase begins and Axel and Darcy come face-to-face, this hunter must weigh his soul against his honor–and against his heart.

This was a really good book. I loved the characters and the story line. I hated to see the series to end.  I give this book a 5/5 stars. To read the other books in the series here they are in order.

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Book Description Publication Date: April 3, 2012 When young women start dying, Boston cop Samantha
Book Description Publication Date: September 1, 2014 Like most immortal witches, Verity Van Velde knows
Paige Winterbourne was always either too young or too rebellious to succeed her mother as
Book Description          Publication Date:         March 4, 2008 Water witch Isabelle Novak must form an
After a chaotic marriage and a rough divorce, all Mira Hoskins wants is stability and

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