Thursday, February 21, 2008

Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert


Season of the Witch
Natasha Mostert
NAL
March 4, 2008
ISBN# 978-0-451-22335-7

Gabriel Blackstone makes his living by stealing information for those who are willing to pay. He also has the gift of remote viewing and at one time worked for Eyestorm, a group of remote viewers who put those talents to good use. A case gone bad caused him to leave, and now Gabriel is being asked for help by one of his former team members.

Frankie wasn’t just a teammate, she was his lover, and his conscience won’t allow him to just say no. William Whittington is a man of wealth whose son, Robert, has disappeared, he’s also Frankie’s husband. While it’s not unusual for Robert to take off, they believe he’s come to harm and need Gabriel to use his talents to discover the truth.

With his partner Isidore’s help, Gabriel’s quest for answers leads him to Minnaloushe and Morrighan Monk, powerful witches who may have the talent to commit murder and get away with it. Gabriel is certain that one of them is a killer, and he will find out which one it is even if it means risking his own life for the answer.

Season of the Witch is a murder mystery with a mystical edge. After years of careful avoidance, Gabriel will use his talent to slam a ride and hope to find the answers he seeks on behalf of the Whittingtons. What he never expected was to be caught up in a deadly game within his own mind and the mind of the killer. Ms. Mostert weaves a mystery overflowing in the arts of alchemy and witchcraft. Season of the Witch is a seductive rollercoaster ride of power, love and murder.

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews

5 comments:

T.C. said...

This sounds very unique. Haven't heard a plot like it before.

Kimberly Swan said...

Imagine 'building' a palace with a countless number of rooms that each held something different...all in your mind/memory. :)

Robert said...

This book was one of my most pleasant surprises in 2007. I'll definitely be reading more of Natasha Mostert :)

SQT said...

Oh, I have this one! I'm glad to hear it's good.

Kimberly Swan said...

Robert - Somehow I missed this coming out in Hardcover last year. I'll be watching for her now as well. :)

SQT - Yay! Hope you'll enjoy it as well. :)