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    Amazing!!

    Another great story, the best one yet in the series!!
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    Another Exciting Case from the NightShade Forensic

    I received a copy of this book as part of the author’s Advance Reader Team with no expectation on her part of receiving a positive review and no expectation on my part of any additional remuneration. A.J.’s novel, The Camelot Gambit is the seventh in the highly enjoyable NightShade Forensic Files series. I don’t believe in reviewers giving a detailed synopsis of the book. I feel that is the job of the author to get people to read the book and it is the task of the reviewer to give an honest review. Since I do not like to give spoilers, I cannot say all that I would like to about the book, except that if you accept the fictional premise of the story, it is not difficult to suspend disbelief in this paranormal fantasy world that hides so well in the real world. As expected in anything Ms. Scudiere writes, the story is fast-paced and did not need a lot of action for the reader to maintain interest. The dialogue was credible and authentic. It was not stilted and was never a foil for the story line. Though some of the characters could use further development, the primary characters are complex, well rounded, and well thought out. A.J. Scudiere is like few author’s today when it comes to writing a series. Like Dean Koontz’s Odd Thomas series, each book in the NightShade Forensic Files acts as a stand-alone tome, with just the right amount of information from previous books to keep one informed of where the story has been and not too much that it seems like the previous story is retold from the beginning.
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    Camelot Gambit

    It was a bit dry at first compared to the other novels. Not as riveting as the others.
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