Indigo by Charlaine Harris, et al. Published by St. Martins

What happens when you take a bunch of highly acclaimed authors like Christopher Golden, Charlaine Harris, Kelley Armstrong and let them go wild creating a mystery novel? Well, let’s just say it’s nothing like anything you’ve read before. By day, Norah Hesper is an investigative reporter, tracking down and reporting all the dirt in her city. At night she becomes Indigo, a crime fighting, ass kicking force to be reckoned with. Now she’s after a sinister cult that gets its jollies from killing children and she’ll do whatever it takes to bring them down, and that does not involve a jury of their peers, folks. Norah/Indigo is saved from being a comic book hero by her vulnerability and her questions about her own origins.  Something tells me the authors of this book had just as much fun writing it as I did reading it


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