"A fantastic Mystery Series with elements of Fantasy and Horror"
On the eastern edge of Cedar Point, Indiana lives two
unique humans (Chase Dagger and Sara) and a brilliant
parrot appropriately named Einstein. The trio lives in a
mausoleum in the middle of 300 acres of reservation land.
The eighteen years old Sara is a Native American with the
ability to shape shift into a wolf or a hawk while Chase is
a more mundane but discrete private detective. Only Chase
has lived to see her change into a wolf because any other
observer is killed in order to protect Sara.
Chase's current case centers on stolen armaments taken from
a police evidence room. With the help of a mad inventor,
they have constructed a spider looking machine that
transmits pictures to whomever is on the receiving end of
the transmission. However, a second more personal
investigation drops into their laps as a rash of brutal
murders occur that leans towards an evil shapeshifter on a
rampage with knowledge of Sara's existence. Chase will do
everything to keep Sara safe from a deadly killing machine
seeking to absorb her power through her death.
This fantastic mystery series contains elements of fantasy
and horror that are fully interwoven into the who-done-it
story line. This leads to a cross appeal audience who will
fully enjoy FULL MOON, BLOODY MOON. The enthralling tale
includes dynamic appealing characters, fast-paced action,
and the humorous antics and energy of Einstein. Lee Driver
cleverly uses the lighthearted antics of the parrot to ease
some of the dark tension that almost overwhelms the reader
with gloom. Fans will anxiously await more novels in what
appears to be a winning series.
Harriet Klausner / August 2000
Copyright © 2000 for ParaNormal
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted March 10, 2003