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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jana DeLeon grew up among swamps and alligators in southwestern Louisiana. Her hometown is Carlyss, but she probably won’t find it on a map.

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Sinister Book PDF download for free

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Street children are disappearing, but how do you report this to the police when, from your point of view, the missing person does not exist? Hustle is sure something bad has happened to his friend Jinx, and the only person he can turn to for help is private detective Shaye Archer.

Because Hustle helped the young private investigator investigate her first case, Shaye has already formed an opinion about her character and believes that she is telling the truth. As she digs deeper into Jinx’s disappearance, she discovers that it’s not just Hustle’s friend that’s missing. When a surprising pattern emerges, Shaye wonders if she can find the missing children… before it’s too late.

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To really understand Shaye Archer, read Book 1 Malevolent first. Whereas Book 2 sometimes flashes back briefly and tells you how Shaye’s life really began the night the police found her in an alley, beaten and abused with no recollection of the last fifteen years.

If you move forward in Book 1, you’ll find out that Shaya has now been adopted by Corrine Pierce, Senator Pierce’s daughter, and received her Private Investigator’s license from her. Shaye wants to work for clients to get answers when there is no other way to find them. She is still with Eleonore, her psychiatrist, to find answers about where she has been for fifteen years.

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Sinister: Hustle, the young man introduced to you in Book 1, turns to Shaye for help. Hustle is a street kid, he informs Shaye that street kids are disappearing from the New Orleans docks and her friend Jinx is missing.

The way Jana DeLeon wrote the link between Shaye and Hustle shows the depth of her writing skills. She draws you into the “room” as if you were sitting there looking at her.

Shaye and Hustle begin to realize that not only is Jinx missing, but more of her street friends are missing as well. If you like a book that makes you think, oh I know who did this and the twists and turns, and you think I never saw it coming, then this series is for you.

This book briefly picks up where the previous Malevolent book left off. It can be read as a stand-alone book, but you would miss out on the backstory of the main characters. Hustle made a brief cameo appearance in Malevolent, but is given more prominence when he enlists Shaye’s help in finding her friend Jinx.

Street children are disappearing and since they are an invisible transit population, nobody pays attention to them. Shaye is a private investigator whose own traumatic experience left her with no memory of herself before she was found at age 15 and adopted by the social worker on her case. At the age of 24, she has just started her own IP business. The most attractive part of this series is the main characters and how they relate to each other.

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My favorites are the give-and-take friendship of Corrine and Elenore and the support of each other and Shaye. It’s refreshing to read that Shaye and Detective Lamotte’s relationship is progressing at a normal pace. Without ripping the bodice, here you jump right into the sex, the focus of the book being on the case.

Most of the book consists of Shaye following clues to find out what is happening to the missing street children, which may lengthen the story, but the plot continues as the book approaches its climax. Change Shaye’s POV to what’s going on with the kids. There are still a few little discoveries about Shaye’s past that I hope to learn more about in the next book.

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