Series: Here Witchy Witchy, #2
Also in this series: No More Black Magic
Published by Self Published on February 15, 2016
Genres: Urban Fantasy
Source: Received from Author
Zombies... When Abigail Collins heard Nick’s theory on their current case, she knew he had to be crazy, but when a zombie shows up in her apartment she has no choice but to believe him.
A renegade necromancer bent on manipulating witches and murdering innocent people runs amok in town and Abby and Nick have to stop them before more bodies pile up.
Further complicating matters two PIB agents step onto the scene, claiming a link between their case and Abby’s. To top it all off, blood starved vampires are causing chaos in the city.
It’s just another day for PIB Agent Abigail Collins, full of blood, monsters, and explosions.
Deathly Magic by A.L. Kessler is the second book in her Here Witchy Witchy series. This urban fantasy was a joy to read and only left me jonesing for more.
Deathly Magic is a quick paced Urban Fantasy. The character growth and back-story that is bursting forth with awesomeness, has left me with a yearning for MORE Abigail. I always expect these two things from any Urban Fantasy and I am so pleased that this series is accomplishing both.
I am undecided about Abby’s new partner Nick. I still don’t like him but I think my feelings pretty much run parallel with Abby on this subject, which makes it very easy. Hell, maybe her HEALTHY dose of paranoia matches my own crazy and that is why I enjoy her so much. Or, maybe it is because Nick just really is a creepy creeper and that is why he seems to amp up my spidey sense. I guess I will have to wait and see….
Deathly Magic is full of paranormal aspects, thrilling action and well placed conflict. Pick up this series and dive into your next Urban Fantasy obsession!
I rate Deathly Magic 4 out of 5 Bullets!
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