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Author Topic: Dead in L.A. (L.A. Paranormal #1-2) by Lou Harper  (Read 650 times)

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Dead in L.A. (L.A. Paranormal #1-2) by Lou Harper
« on: April 29, 2015, 11:23 PM »
Name of the book: Dead in L.A. (L.A. Paranormal #1-2)
Genre: MM Romance, Paranormal
Book publish year: 2012
Rating (out of 5): 4
Brief intro: Still recovering from an accident that left him emotionally and physically battered, Jon's goal is to lead a simple life, free of complications and attachments. His new roommate—a happy-go-lucky bookworm—seems to fit into his plans fine at first. He doesn't find out till later that Leander's also a psychic, specializing in finding lost pets. Jon's a skeptic when it comes to the supernatural, so he's convinced Leander's a nut job.
Jon's beliefs are challenged when Leander has to track down a missing teenager and he ropes Jon into assisting him. Soon the two of them are knee-deep in a decades-old murder case. The hills and valleys of the City of Angels hold many buried secrets, and Leander has a knack for finding them.
Jon's hopes for a trouble-free life go out the window as he's drawn deeper into Leander's psychic sleuthing. Digging into the past poses many dangers, but the biggest risk Jon faces is putting his bruised heart on the line.

Review: Addicted to these short mysteries.