Thursday, May 10, 2012
Review: Under Suspicion by Hannah Jayne
Under Suspicion is the third book in the Underworld Detection Agency Chronicles by Hannah Jayne and an Urban Fantasy from Kensington.
She’s the new head of the Underworld Detection Agency’s strangest division. What a nightmare...
Being a human immune to magic helped Sophie Lawson get promoted. It’s also made her a major, very reluctant player in a game that stretches beyond even the Underworld.
When a frightening number of demons start disappearing around the city, Sophie suspects that an Armageddon-level prophecy is about to become everyone’s nightmare.
Sophie Lawson is now head of the Fallen Angel Division at the Underworld Detection Agency. Thanks to her immunity to magic - she is able to deal with the likes of dragons and banshee’s and walk away nearly unscathed.
When a couple of her clients are no shows for scheduled appointments, Sophie doesn’t worry. But when one of her regular clients - who shows up like clockwork - misses a scheduled appointment, Sophie becomes concerned.
When Sophie goes to her vampire boss with her concerns, he blows her off. Determined to find out what is going on Sophie goes into Nancy Drew mode - drawing the attention of a killer.
Under Suspicion is an enjoyable read.
I have to wonder how Sophie sleeps at night - she’s always getting herself into one kind of trouble or another.
I give Under Suspicion 3 out of 5 stars.
Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Kensington (May 1, 2012)