Book Review

 

Detroit, 1932:

Detective Jedidiah Ainsworth of The Supernatural Justice Agency lives for hunting flame-throwers, time travelers, and telepathic criminal masterminds. However, thanks to a recent heart attack, the Sherlock Holmes of mystical crime investigation lives his worst nightmare: being taken off the streets and promoted to a cushy liaison post. The spirit of the war brought on by super-powered humans that left the economy and cities in ruin still lingers—especially within Jedidiah.

However, when a high-profile politician is assassinated in a magical fashion, Jedidiah goes off radar to investigate—hoping a record solve will prove his viability to both his boss and himself.

Jedidiah discovers the killer was possessed during the murder and one of the players involved in the staged kill is the detective’s brother, Seth—a radical supernatural rights activist who shares his brother’s bloodline, but not his narrow world view. Upon learning that Seth is actually a patsy who never planned to have anyone murdered and is now a target, Jedidiah must risk everything to clear his brother’s name by uncovering the true phantom threat. The journey that forces Jedidiah to examine his own haunted past and core beliefs leads him to stumble upon a conspiracy—one that threatens to enslave mankind.

Featuring an ensemble cast, The Power Hunt is an urban fantasy work and is the first in a planned series.

4.0 out of 5 stars

Great Read
February 27, 2019 Verified Purchase

The Power Hunt by Coyote Kester is an exciting and engaging story that will keep you on your toes with sarcastic wit and captivating characters. Definitely worth your time to sit down and soak up his storytelling abilities. With a plot well delivered and high impact moments to keep the story charging ahead you will find yourself caught up in the characters willingness to do what needs to be done for the sake of their own sanity. Overall, a well written book!

Follow the Author on Twitter: @CoyoteKester

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