Vortex Blues

Mitch and Molly are paired together as partners in the SPOOK squad. Of course neither of them thinks they need a partner. Their current case gives Mitch a crash course on succubi whether he wants it or not and he begins to think there is more to the partnership than he first gave credit. When both Mitch and Molly keep finding traces of their boss at each crime scene, things begin to look even worse.
As Mitch and Molly get closer (you’ll have to read the book to find out how close) and their case keeps piling up victims – or rather parts of victims – things get interesting and Mitch is introduced to the Vortex, not the club that everyone knows but what is hidden underneath.
So grab a tall cold one and snuggle in for a good read with this book. 

Book Blurb for Vortex Blues

After punching his last boss in the mouth, Detective Mitch Guthrie is transferred to what he considers the worst position available for a cop—the SPOOK Squad (Special Paranormal Operations & Otherworldly Contact.)  As a human with special gifts that allow him to sense non humans things get interesting when he’s assigned a partner who is a succubus, and his first case involves a succubus serial killer.  Between the Sedona, Arizona vortexes, his captain—the actual Cleopatra,  a gargoyle bartender named Rocky, and a fear demon who gives off a urine smell, Mitch isn’t so sure he’ll survive the week with all his body parts still in tact.

Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2008 3.75