“Thieftaker” by D.B. Jackson – Orignal, compelling and addictive

11577576“Thieftaker” is not just a modern urban noir supernatural detective story dressed up in a period costume, it is driven by the events and the mindset of the period, which gives it a distinctive and intriguing flavour.

It is driven as much by character as by plot. Our hero is not an easy man to be near but he is one you could learn to care about. The people who threaten or help him (sometimes the SAME people) have motives and emotions of their own that make them much more than plot devices.

The supernatural world is well thought through and skillfully revealed and the plot stands up as a detective/thriller story in it own right.

Jonathan Davis narrates the book with a steady voice that has exactly the right pitch and pace to get the most from this tale.

I’ve already ordered the next in the series and I have high hopes of it.

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