Witch Hunt by S.M.Reine

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Sort of sucks big time when the tables get turned on you, especially when you’re the one usually dishing out the judgment and punishment. Poor old Cèsar just can’t seem to catch a break when he wakes up to find himself in the midst of a crime scene and he is the only viable suspect. Unfortunately he can’t remember who, when, what or how and that may have something to do with the 50 Shades of Alcohol from the night before. So what does a member of the supernatural law enforcement do when caught in such a predicament?
Yes, that’s right, he makes a run for it like any sensible law-abiding chap would.
After being thrust into the world of ‘you’re on your own and we don’t care if you hang’ attitude of both his employer and to some extent his partner Suzy, he takes matters into his own hands. They only way to get answers is to ask the only other person there that night.
But…you mean the dead person? Yes, right again. Cèsar has concocted a foolproof plan to prove his innocence, which would be fine if he was 100% sure he didn’t do it, there is just this teeny weeny Tequila worm of doubt wriggling in his memory.
This book is part of a box-set of enjoyable and entertaining supernatural reads. I highly recommend both this and the other books in Sinners & Sorcerers: Four Urban Fantasy Thrillers.
I received a copy of this book courtesy of the author.

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  1. […] Sort of sucks big time when the tables get turned on you, especially when you’re the one usually dishing out the judgment and punishment. Poor old Cèsar just can’t seem to catch a break when he wakes up to find himself in the midst of a crime scene and he is the only viable suspect. Unfortunately he can’t remember who, when, what or how and that may have something to do with the 50 Shades of Alcohol from the night before. So what does a member of the supernatural law enforcement do when caught in such a predicament? More of the review…  […]

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