A series of gruesome murders leads a cop and a professor to the doorstep of Chase Dagger, a P.I. whose cases tend to resemble X-Files. But when the two men try to convince him that the killer has been around for 200 years, Dagger has his doubts. Could this evil really have been passed on through generations? Or is it just your normal, everyday serial killer? A great blend of mystery and horror. More
A series of gruesome murders leads an Indianapolis cop and a university professor to the doorstep of P.I. Chase Dagger. They have a theory behind the killings. Sergeant Marty Flynn has been tracking the suspect since March 13, 1998. Professor William Sherlock has been researching the killers for far longer. The professor believes the killings only occur prior to and during a full moon on a Friday the 13th. He believes the evil is passed on from generation to generation. Dagger feels the professor knows far too much about the suspect and the murders. When the two men ask, "Have you ever heard of a shapeshifter?", Dagger is forced to reexamine their theory. After all, Sara, his partner, is a shapeshifter. Sara has never known any other shapeshifters. And she doesn't believe something this evil could exist...until it starts communicating with her. FULL MOON-BLOODY MOON combines mystery with an element of horror. Lee Driver is a master storyteller. You will never look at another full moon on a Friday the 13th the same way. Book 2 in the series.
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on July 9, 2014 :
Great start to a wonderful series. I love the characters, and really was interested in what happened to them. If I had to classify this set of novels, I would say it is primarily mystery, although action and fantasy also play a role.
The actions flow logically, given the knowledge of the characters at the time, and the mystery really keeps you guessing until the end of the story. The one caution I would make is that you definitely should read the books in order.
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)
on June 12, 2012 :
I read all five books in the series and enjoyed each one of the them. The shapeshifter premise is interesting and well developed but it is the character development of the supporting characters that is really quite good and adds a lot to the stories. I plan to re-read the series in the future as well as hold out hope for another case.
The only problem I found was the occasional typo or failure in editing which disturbs the flow of the story.