It began on New Year’s Eve, the sickness that spread so quickly. The end of our world. The fear spread even faster. As science and technology receded, magic rose up in its place. Some good, some evil.
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Inspector Walter Day has been missing for a year, kidnapped, it’s thought, by Jack the Ripper. Ex-Sergeant Nevil Hammersmith set up his own PI agency and spends his time searching as Claire grieves.
Protecting her little sisters has always been Charlie Taylor-MacKilligan’s job, and she’s not about to let some pesky giant grizzly protection specialist with a network of every shifter in Manhattan get in her way.
Not only is the Ripper still at large in London, but so is another killer just as bad, the Harvest man. Worse are the hostile in-laws around his wife who has given birth to twins.
A vigilante group enables four murderers to escape, but it all goes wrong. It’s up to Walter Day and the rest of the Murder Squad to hunt them down, including Jack the Ripper.
New evidence arises pointing to the innocence of a black man lynched thirty-six years ago, and Sheriff Quinn Colson is determined to dig out the truth from all the lies.
When his sister, Selena, dies in her hot tub, Darby Farr’s assistant is horrified and more so to discover she was planning to sell her vineyard…and that she was murdered.