Review: SOUL SEEK, Zackie Series book 4: Fun, spooky, wildly entertaining

A wonderful review of SOUL SEEK written by Michael Stephen Daigle, author of the Frank Nagler Mystery Series
https://www.amazon.com/Michael-Stephen-Daigle/e/B00P5WBOQC

Michael Stephen Daigle

Writing suspense stories in the single dimension of this world is hard enough.

That is what makes the effort by New Jersey author Reyna Favis remarkable and such fun: Her Zackie stories about a Psychopomp in the form of a Plott hound and her human  and ghostly companions  take place in two dimensions with spirits and human engaged in crime solving.

Full disclosure: I am a mystery writer (just in one dimension) and a member with Reyna in the Phillipsburg (NJ) writers group. I have heard parts of this story.

In the fourth book in the Zackie series, Soul Seek, American ghost hunter Fia and her entourage are lodged in a manor house in the Scottish Highlands.

A cold draft leaking from the wall sends Fia down a dark passage to find a dead baby and the spirit of a fiddler James MacPherson.

The death of the child activates Fia…

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Review: SOUL SEEK, Zackie Series book 4: Fun, spooky, wildly entertaining

4 thoughts on “Review: SOUL SEEK, Zackie Series book 4: Fun, spooky, wildly entertaining

  1. Wow, detailed review. We didn’t want to look to closely, because “spoilers,” but maybe we should be grateful to be warned (Hannah lol). I liked the little note in another review about maybe needing coconut water …. 😀

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