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Huge savings off the individual book cost These nail-biters from author AJ Scudiere will have you on the edge of your seat. Vol 2 - Books 5, 6, and 7 Salvage - A Shadow Files Novel Former marine turned Private Investigator, Walter Reed, has been given yet another strange and amazing opportunity: to become an agent with the FBI’s NightShade division. Though confident he Huge savings off the individual book cost These nail-biters from author AJ Scudiere will have you on the edge of your seat. Vol 2 - Books 5, 6, and 7 Salvage - A Shadow Files Novel Former marine turned Private Investigator, Walter Reed, has been given yet another strange and amazing opportunity: to become an agent with the FBI’s NightShade division. Though confident her training will make Quantico a cake walk—even with only one leg—Walter is discovering her shot at a new career has disaster written all over it. Her first hurdle? Walter doesn’t graduate training if her new partner GJ Janson doesn’t graduate, too… After previously being arrested by the FBI, GJ Janson hopes to redeem herself with the chance to become an agent. Unfortunately, her snooping around her grandfather’s laboratory reveals he’s been hiding strange skeletons—with strikingly similar anomalies to those she notices in her friend Donovan. When a weekend visit to her grandfather’s lab yields a fresh body, GJ goes into investigation mode. But the body is that of a fellow NightShade agent, and Walter and GJ quickly realize that nothing in NightShade is what it seems—not the case, the other agents, nor even their job descriptions. Only one thing is clear: the killer is coming after them next. And they suspect it’s someone GJ knows. Garden of Bone FBI Agent Eleri Eames was there the day her sister disappeared at eight years old. However, Eleri is the only one who knows that her sister is already dead and has been for quite some time. When a skeleton is unearthed in New Orleans, Eleri is convinced it belongs to Emmaline. The age and ancestry of the remains are a match, and there’s something telling Eleri that New Orleans is the place where her sister lived and died. As Eleri hunts for answers, demons—old and new—begin following her. The Lobomau have been entering the city in ever-increasing numbers, and that might just have something to do with the Dauphine sisters and their long family history of witchcraft and voodoo. Eleri desperately needs her partner Donovan on this case with her, but can he risk his own job to help her? Eleri’s ancestry may have imbued her with some powers, but compared to her own great-grandmother and the Dauphines, she’s untrained and untested at best. When the bones turn out not to belong to her sister, Eleri has to ask how a case so similar to Emmaline’s even exists…and is it an arrow pointed to her own twisted family history? The Camelot Gambit Can Eleri and Donovan outsmart a killer who leaves no evidence behind or even a discernable cause of death? How will they track down someone who is more intelligent than both of them together? Curie, Nebraska was designed as a research haven for the ultra-intelligent. In fact, applicants must pass a rigorous IQ test before they can call the strange town home. Nearly every resident—including several child geniuses—is suspect and no one is safe. Going undercover as the new neighbors leaves the agents struggling to find even the most basic clues. Eleri and Donovan can barely maintain their false identities against their overly-curious and stunningly intelligent new friends, let alone solve a murder. Can they figure it out before the next body turns up? Or has the killer already found them… “She’s in the top five of my best writers list.


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Huge savings off the individual book cost These nail-biters from author AJ Scudiere will have you on the edge of your seat. Vol 2 - Books 5, 6, and 7 Salvage - A Shadow Files Novel Former marine turned Private Investigator, Walter Reed, has been given yet another strange and amazing opportunity: to become an agent with the FBI’s NightShade division. Though confident he Huge savings off the individual book cost These nail-biters from author AJ Scudiere will have you on the edge of your seat. Vol 2 - Books 5, 6, and 7 Salvage - A Shadow Files Novel Former marine turned Private Investigator, Walter Reed, has been given yet another strange and amazing opportunity: to become an agent with the FBI’s NightShade division. Though confident her training will make Quantico a cake walk—even with only one leg—Walter is discovering her shot at a new career has disaster written all over it. Her first hurdle? Walter doesn’t graduate training if her new partner GJ Janson doesn’t graduate, too… After previously being arrested by the FBI, GJ Janson hopes to redeem herself with the chance to become an agent. Unfortunately, her snooping around her grandfather’s laboratory reveals he’s been hiding strange skeletons—with strikingly similar anomalies to those she notices in her friend Donovan. When a weekend visit to her grandfather’s lab yields a fresh body, GJ goes into investigation mode. But the body is that of a fellow NightShade agent, and Walter and GJ quickly realize that nothing in NightShade is what it seems—not the case, the other agents, nor even their job descriptions. Only one thing is clear: the killer is coming after them next. And they suspect it’s someone GJ knows. Garden of Bone FBI Agent Eleri Eames was there the day her sister disappeared at eight years old. However, Eleri is the only one who knows that her sister is already dead and has been for quite some time. When a skeleton is unearthed in New Orleans, Eleri is convinced it belongs to Emmaline. The age and ancestry of the remains are a match, and there’s something telling Eleri that New Orleans is the place where her sister lived and died. As Eleri hunts for answers, demons—old and new—begin following her. The Lobomau have been entering the city in ever-increasing numbers, and that might just have something to do with the Dauphine sisters and their long family history of witchcraft and voodoo. Eleri desperately needs her partner Donovan on this case with her, but can he risk his own job to help her? Eleri’s ancestry may have imbued her with some powers, but compared to her own great-grandmother and the Dauphines, she’s untrained and untested at best. When the bones turn out not to belong to her sister, Eleri has to ask how a case so similar to Emmaline’s even exists…and is it an arrow pointed to her own twisted family history? The Camelot Gambit Can Eleri and Donovan outsmart a killer who leaves no evidence behind or even a discernable cause of death? How will they track down someone who is more intelligent than both of them together? Curie, Nebraska was designed as a research haven for the ultra-intelligent. In fact, applicants must pass a rigorous IQ test before they can call the strange town home. Nearly every resident—including several child geniuses—is suspect and no one is safe. Going undercover as the new neighbors leaves the agents struggling to find even the most basic clues. Eleri and Donovan can barely maintain their false identities against their overly-curious and stunningly intelligent new friends, let alone solve a murder. Can they figure it out before the next body turns up? Or has the killer already found them… “She’s in the top five of my best writers list.

30 review for The NightShade Forensic Files: Vol 2 (Books 5-7): Salvage, Garden of Bone, The Camelot Gambit

  1. 5 out of 5

    wendi wigham

    It's what you can't see, that's the problem. This volume continues Eleri & Donovan through cases they investigate as agents with the Nightshade offshoot of the FBI. Each agent in this secret section so have special talents, very special talents, and their exceptional skills are utilised in each case. This is a superb series, the boundaries of every day beliefs, pushed just that little bit further, whilst you know it's fiction , there is that little inner voice telling you strange things do happen, It's what you can't see, that's the problem. This volume continues Eleri & Donovan through cases they investigate as agents with the Nightshade offshoot of the FBI. Each agent in this secret section so have special talents, very special talents, and their exceptional skills are utilised in each case. This is a superb series, the boundaries of every day beliefs, pushed just that little bit further, whilst you know it's fiction , there is that little inner voice telling you strange things do happen, could there possibly be......

  2. 4 out of 5

    Maria D. McCready

    I found this series by accident and tried a sample. I was hooked! I find it smart and interesting and not bogged down with any sultry scenes. Each character has a very interesting background and over time, you really want to know what they think and see what they do! Keep up the good work! I will be reading more as their story unfolds!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Robert Wasson

    Great series with good characters I bought the first book some time ago, then got sidetracked with another series. This past January i reread number one and immediately order the next three then. Five through seven. They are very well written but I do wish Me Scudiere would get a proof reader to catch typos and repeats as they detract.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sheri Belanger

    Enthralling Scudiere has done it again... Yep. I'm now a true fan of Eleri and Donovan! There is really nothing personally relatable about the characters, but I don't care. I fall into The Nightshade books and will continue as long as there is a new one to read! Enthralling Scudiere has done it again... Yep. I'm now a true fan of Eleri and Donovan! There is really nothing personally relatable about the characters, but I don't care. I fall into The Nightshade books and will continue as long as there is a new one to read!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gigi Denton

    Can't go Wrong These remarkable books will captivate you. The writing is excellent and the characters are compelling, fully fleshed out beings that you can actually envision! For good entertainment you can't go wrong reading the entire series! Can't go Wrong These remarkable books will captivate you. The writing is excellent and the characters are compelling, fully fleshed out beings that you can actually envision! For good entertainment you can't go wrong reading the entire series!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Angela Nesbitt

    Great series This was a great series I enjoyed all seven book. Volume 1 and 2. The writing is excellent, great details into the concepts for the story. Very believable. Just read, you will not regret it

  7. 5 out of 5

    Manola Dobbs

    The Nightshade Forensic Files 2 I love Donovan and Eleri as friends and partners. It is great he is still dating and so is Eleri. My least favorite character is GJ.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Will

    More in the NightShade series! I'm binging on the 9 books, so getting the combined volume was both a time saver and a cost saver. :) Way more world building in these "second volume" books. We finally get some more exposure to why NightShade is needed. I'm loving this series and the characters. More in the NightShade series! I'm binging on the 9 books, so getting the combined volume was both a time saver and a cost saver. :) Way more world building in these "second volume" books. We finally get some more exposure to why NightShade is needed. I'm loving this series and the characters.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mary Beth Dondiego

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lois Cocozza

  11. 4 out of 5

    scott luddy

  12. 5 out of 5

    James Parsons

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nanny

  14. 4 out of 5

    Christine Hudson

  15. 5 out of 5

    LuEmma Quinn

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kelley

  17. 5 out of 5

    Han

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mrs Lisa M Smith

  19. 4 out of 5

    Patrick Claflin

  20. 5 out of 5

    Robert Hypes

  21. 4 out of 5

    Patti R

  22. 5 out of 5

    L F EATON

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kim Ennever

  24. 5 out of 5

    Therese B.

  25. 5 out of 5

    John R. McFarlane

  26. 5 out of 5

    Pamela j Smith

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Duffy Thomas

  28. 5 out of 5

    Martha Cummings

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ron Bolander

  30. 4 out of 5

    Shelly Gornall

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