Saturday, March 29, 2014

Fidelis In Aeternum and Anna by J.B. Cameron

The second volume of the Reading The Dead - The Sarah Milton Chronicles series.

A frantic phone call from the wife of her former partner plunges LAPD police detective Sarah Milton and her teenage poltergeist sidekick, Anna Nigma, into a deadly mystery involving one of their most dangerous foes, the convicted "Fancy Dress Killer," Harry Sands. The Violent Crimes Unit is in the hotseat to find the copycat serial killer responsible for a recent string of murders plaguing the city, leaving Sarah scrambling to understand the bizarre, otherworldly aspects to this latest murder spree.

Enemies from her past conspire with a new, even deadlier foe, in a thrilling adventure that threatens not only her life, but also the fate of those she holds dear, culminating in a supernatural showdown against an evil entity that ultimately tests the limits of her faith and courage.

My Review
I love these books! This is the second book in the series and it just keeps getting better. The mystery is wonderful and I was kept guessing until the end. I can't wait for the next book in this amazing series! 5 out of 5!

Companion novella to Reading The Dead: Fidelis In Aeternum, the second volume of the Reading The Dead series, containing two standalone Anna Nigma adventures sure to please!

As LAPD Officer Sarah Milton and her partners close in on the Fancy Dress Killer, none of them realize that a certain invisible hitchhiker is along for the ride. It's a good thing she is, because when the unpredictable Harry Sands gets the upper hand, the surprising intervention of Sarah's ghostly companion turns out to be her only chance for survival.

Sarah's back in Tilford to attend her father's wedding, and guess who's along for the fun? Unknown to the guests, a pair of would-be robbers have picked this moment to rob the house. The hapless bandits planned on everything, except facing off against the poltergeist queen of pranks.

My Review
This novella is written from Anna's point of view. It was really cool to see how she views the events in Sarah's life, and some of the things we don't get details about in the other books. Be sure not to read this novella until you've read Fidelis in Aeternum. 5 out of 5!

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