This is the second volume in Linda Welch’s Whisperings series. And, believe it or not, as good as Along Came a Demon was, this sequel is even better.
In The Demon Hunters, Tiff Banks has made some major changes in her life, including starting a new detective agency with her partner, Royal. But as Tiff tries to move her life forward in a new direction, things don’t exactly go as planned. When money becomes an issue, she is reduced to rescuing a kidnapped kitty for the reward–with the help of her faithful Scottie, MacKlutzy, of course. And she discovers that she may not have as much choice as she would like in choosing which jobs to take, or how to handle them once she’s gotten them.
As the book unfolds, a lot more is revealed about Tiff’s past and how she uses her gift. The book also introduces the demons known as the “Dark Cousins,” an interesting group that I hope we learn a lot more about in future volumes in the series. And, of course, her roommates Jack and Mel are irrepressible.
Author Linda Welch is always a talented, thoughtful writer and does a great job with the writing of humor–the kidnapped kitty section is hilarious. Most impressive is the skillful recreation of a period journal that provides a vital clue to solving the mystery. It is so well written and feels totally authentic. Like the first book, this one is a suspenseful, fast paced, fun read that I highly recommend.
Like the first volume, the book is available for the Kindle at a very reasonable price.
At the end of the book is a preview of the first chapter of the next book in the series, Demon on a Distant Shore. That volume promises to give some insight into the background of at least one of Tiff’s ghostly roommates.
You can learn more about the author, Linda Welch, on her blog where she posts updates on the Whisperings series. You can also follow her updates on Twitter. There is also a fan page on Facebook for Whisperings here.
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Honey! Great review! It piques my curiosirty! Jim Skafish