When predictions tell Wendell Courtney he’s going to die, he turns to the one man he hopes can help. Jonathan Alvey’s no stranger to the strange. But, unlike the private investigator’s run-of-the-mill zombie cases, he can find no trace of magic around Wendell, and no hint of an adversary. Alvey certainly has magic and wits enough to solve the mystery, but is his offering to the insatiable dragon black sufficient? Or is Wendell truly destined to die?
R. M. Ridley lives with his wife on a small homestead in Canada, raising chickens and sheep. He has been writing stories, both long and short, for three decades, the themes of which range from the gruesome to the fantastical. As an individual who suffers from severe Bi-polar disorder, R. M. Ridley is a strong believer in being open about mental health issues and uses his writing to escape, when his thoughts become too wild.
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I really enjoyed reading this twist of the typical 'paranormal' novel.
Jonathan Alvery is a practitioner (sorcerer) who spends his days working as a private detective. He's a chain smoking, bourbon drinking, magic addict. One day he has a very somber individual named Wendall Courtney enter his office.Wendall needs Jonathan's help, he keeps getting eerie messages. He's going to die. What he doesn't understand is why, or by who. Is someone threatening him? Is it a spirit haunting him? Try as he might Jonathon tries to figure out where and why Wendall continues to get these haunting messages.
This book was very well written, the details and character developments were very well done. The only thing I was disappointed with was the ending, I kept swiping the pages on my ereader hoping it would produce more! I only hope that it means more can be found in the second story of the White Dragon Black series.
~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Cheryl. All opinions are honest and my own.*~