No Shift Sherlock – A Review

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(The Legend of Nyx Book 3)

by Theophilus Monroe

Rating: 5 out of 5.
No Shift, Sherlock: A Vampire Hunter Urban Fantasy Mystery (The Legend of Nyx)
by Theophilus Monroe

As if bloodsuckers weren't frightening enough...
whatever killed these people consumed their souls...

Leaving their bodies completely unscathed.
The victims had only one thing in common.

They were all attacked at my club.

But when you mess with my fans, Nicky's fans... well, you'll unleash Nyx and soon regret it.

The Grimoire of the Nazarene is still missing.

If the Order of the Morning Dawn finds it first, Mina will unleash a legion of angels to wipe out everything she deems unnatural: vampires, witches, me... and good people like me, people in my community.

Is there a connection between these killings and the missing grimoire?

I have reason to believe it's all connected.

With everybody that turns up at my club I suspect that Mina gets a little closer to acquiring the Grimoire of the Nazarene and ending us all.

Nyx is a badass, trans woman. And every vampire, and supernatural killer’s, worst nightmare. She refuses to allow bias and prejudice to define her and would rather not focus on any negative energy sent her way. Life for Nicky is uncomplicated, until it suddenly isn't. She has her famous club; she has the devotion of Devin and she's even taken a young witch under her wing. So far as Nicky's concerned, life is great. Then suddenly a death occurs, then another and Nicky, Devin and Malinda are forced into action. More death and a heart is broken, but Nicky must now solve the mystery of the deaths AND stop evil from killing more.

I really loved the complex characters and their actions. It was a neat easy to read story with so much action and adventure that I had a tough time putting it down to do other stuff. The author has a real feel for making you understand, like and love the characters. I invested so many emotions into this story that I feel like we’re family. I highly recommend you read all the books.

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