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Someone is killing unicorns and the Magical Division of the FBI has been assigned to stop it. Special Agent in Charge Agatha Blackmore has an edge to solving this new case. Her familiar and friend Fergus is a talking unicorn. But he doesn't want to help, even if it's his own herd he'd be saving. "Sacrifices don't come back" is all he will say.

The team has to track down a killer while dodging blood magick and more Godly interference along the way. What is a witch to do?

©2017 T. S. Paul (P)2017 All Chaos Press

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  • Carol Scott
  • 07-12-2017

the chimes drove me nuts.

very good story, well done... well I could do without the chimes. really. so jarring.

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  • 10-11-2017

better. but still bad

the story is fine, the writer is getting better but the dialogue is still awkward. the programmer is terrible, she has improved some but does things like record a hard name in a robotic voice and input it whenever it's used so it's always out of place and sounds like a telephone robot asking for the agent after talking for a while in another voice. OH and the bells, for goodness sake the bells have to go... half the sound bite would work but it's also distorted. less lines are repeated this time around but it seems she has not taken the time to learn to pronounce any of the name from other known languages like Gallic. . . I would really like for a good editor to edit the book and the book them re recorded but it's not in the cards. this is the last available, I don't know if any more will shoot but while I will get them if I see them I likely won't search for them...

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  • L.D.
  • 14-04-2018

...and the chime again

Like the last book, this one has a loud chime sound at random chapter endings and changes of viewpoints. Not at all changes, but enough that you can’t use his book for helping you to drift off to sleep.
Second thing, some names seem pre-recorded. Every tine the narrator says “agent Sostello” you can hear that it is not in the flow of the narration and sounds each time the same. Very irritating.
The story is the only reason why I keep buying the narrations...