Be prepared for murder & mystery. Be prepared to think you know whodunnit, and find yourself being wrong. Be prepared for a book that is a book you won’t want to put down until you get to the very last word.
With action from the first chapter, ‘Inquisitor’ is a paranormal mystery/suspense story that draws you in in such a way, you don’t realise how much of a grip it has you in until you finish the very last chapter.
When I started reading ‘Inquisitor’, the first couple of pages didn’t really peak my interest admittedly. By the end of the book I was thinking “Holy Cow!!” However, and this is only my opinion, I felt it lacked a little something that I can’t quite put my finger on.
The main character has many different names, and my favourite name was Shimmer. As a shifter, she struggles to retain her humanity with each shift. Her witch friend, who she also considers to be a pack mate, is the only one she knows who can help her stay in control.
R J Blain has spun an original concept (well, original to me anyway) into the Paranormal world of a werewolf and has done it very well indeed.
I’d definitely read more of R J Blain’s work as this author has the knack of turning what at first seemed like a mundane tale into a story that is well worth reading.
4 Shamrocks from me for a book that I enjoyed more than I originally thought I would.