The Upcoming American Specter Blog Tour + Review (Send me your questions!)

Today, 27th January 2014 is precisely one week before Rasheedah Prioleau visited my blog for her new book, American Specter's blog tour! It will be held on 3rd February 2014, so don't miss her visit! So what is ms. Rasheedah going to do here in the Four Eyed Cat Reviews? she's going to do a Q & A, answering several questions from me and you! Enjoy my review below (so you'd know what to expect and what kind of question you would want to ask, if you want) and the authors bio taken from Goodreads (so you'd know who's going to answer your question)

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American Specter by Rasheedah Prioleau
Release date: 4th February 2014
Publisher: Rocket Press Publishing, inc.
Pages: 289
Source: Given by the author

FBI Agent Audra Wheeler has been haunted for the last thirteen years by a paranormal attack that left her sister, Kendra, in a coma. Mentored by FBI Assistant Director Jonathan Cordero to investigate crimes committed by specters, Audra believes she is on the trail of a ‘serial killer’ specter with a MO very similar to her sister’s attacker. The investigation takes her to a small town of Specter, Georgia; a haven for ghosts who exist among the living.







Reading American Specter was one of the most exciting journey ever! It wasn't just about paranormal, American Specter was made of several other layers. You love paranormal? Romance? Mystery? Cool heroine and hot male protagonist? It is all there. 

American Specter is about the FBI Agent Audra Wheeler. Several years ago, her adoptive older sister was mysteriously attacked by an invisible criminal and is in coma since then, and now she's determined to help the others by solving cases. Not just that, weirdly, there are several other cases that looked almost exactly like her sister's except the victims were dead. With the help of her ex-partner slash lover and her other comrades Audra is going to end this once and for all. 

It sounded simple right? an FBI Agent solving a murder case, but it's not. The world of American Specter was full of specters also known as, ghosts. These ghosts wasn't here to scare people, the live. Like working on a restaurant or even giving pleasures to their customers! This, is really interesting. I thought the idea was really original, since I've never met something like this. And the way Rasheedah Prioleau manage to mix ghosts and murder mystery that involve FBIs or peoples on that department was amazing! super enjoyable. I'm not going to spoil more, so I'm just going to say that this book is a should-read!

I also find the characters really cool. Audra was strong, not physically, but when you read it you'd see how determined she is. I could picture myself as an intern or someone younger who follows and admires her like a sick puppy. That goes for her comrades too. Everyone had their own interesting personalities. But damn! if only there wasn't that misunderstanding between Audra and her ex-lover, they would be happy! no romance conflict whatsoever.

And a few other points, this book was written in third person. Not really a fan of third person, but ms. Rasheedah writes it good. (I mean the third person is awesome. In case you don't understand what I'm saying, not excellent at English remember?) Awesome! definitely would re-read it sometime in the future! I just looove criminal cases and murder mysteries you know, why else would I play Criminal Case on Facebook? (Contact me if you played it too, we'll definitely be awesome partners ;-))

Rating:
5 EYES OPEN (5/5)



About the author


Rasheedah Prioleau is a Southern African American writer with an eclectic range of writing and ghostwriting credits. After an unfulfilling stent in the corporate world she started over from the bottom as an unpaid intern at the age of twenty-six and never looked back.

"I love to write because there are no limits. All it takes is a finite space of time and I can create a story from infinite possibilities.”

Writers who have influenced her include: Judy Bloom, Jude Deveraux, V.C. Andrews, Octavia Butler, Stephanie Meyer, Charlaine Harris, Joss Whedon, William Nicholson, Shonda Rhimes, Quentin Tarantino, Tyler Perry, Mike Kelley, and J.J. Abrams... just to name a few.

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