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Publisher's Summary

This urban fantasy set contains the first three books of the Preternatural Affairs series: Witch Hunt, Silver Bullet, and Hotter Than Helltown.
My name's Cesar Hawke. I'm a witch working for a division of the government you've never heard about.
The world's not what everyone thinks it is - unless you think that our world's a pawn in a game of chess between Heaven and Hell, and riddled with as much magic and wonder as it is with evil.
In that case, the world is exactly what you think.
My place of employment - the Office of Preternatural Affairs - takes a modern approach to an ages-old problem. It used to be that inquisitors would burn demons and the people in league with them. Now we get warrants, perform arrests, put the suspects on trial, and send guilty parties back to the Hell from whence they came with the travel forms filled out in triplicate.
This stuff I do with the OPA, it saves lives on most days.
Most days, I said.
©2014 SM Reine (P)2014 Red Iris Books
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By Rene on 12-10-15

Character Flaw

Would you try another book from SM Reine and/or Jeffrey Kafer?

I would have liked the story more with less of his personal comments.<br/>Girls, smart remarks, really a weak character.<br/>I made it thru the 3 books,, but that is it.

What did you like best about this story?

The story.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Jeffrey Kafer?

His voice is good it was the character he was playing.

Did Preternatural Affairs, Books 1-3 inspire you to do anything?

Not to purchase anymore.

Any additional comments?

More story and less of the wise crack stuff.

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By Dianne on 12-07-14

Bad, "it was a dark and stormy night" bad

Would you try another book from SM Reine and/or Jeffrey Kafer?

No

Has Preternatural Affairs, Books 1-3 turned you off from other books in this genre?

No

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Hi did his best but he was working with a sophomorphic piece of crap.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Frustration! The author needs a dictionary! If you are going to use a poultice in your story you could at least look it up and find out how it is used! You don't eat a poultice. It was disappointing because I spend good money buying books and it's an investment in someone's writing career when I do. This author did not live up to his end of the bargain. Tired cliches, using words he didn't understand, using every scatological word in the English language whether they were called for or not, total lack of character development etc., etc., etc. what terrible writing!

Any additional comments?

"Praise Allah", "<br/>"Yeah, baby it's me"<br/>"The room spun around me"<br/>This is the best this author could come up with?

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By Jan on 12-01-15

Doesn't grab the imagination

I liked the ideas behind the stories but didn't like the hero; he wasn't heroic and came across as bland. I did persevere in the hope that the character would evolve but he didn't he was just as boring/bland at the end of the third book as at the beginning of the first. I won't be listening again which for me is a big tell of how much pleasure a book has given me.

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By Carien on 07-22-15

Another world

Where does Preternatural Affairs, Books 1-3 rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I really enjoyed these three books. They were the first books by SM Reine that I tried and will definitely continue.

Who was your favorite character and why?

My favourite character? Who knows? I do know that I don't really trust any of them and am waiting for whoever is going to be the traitor to come forward. it is well written and keeps you guessing to the end.

What about Jeffrey Kafer’s performance did you like?

I enjoyed the narration and would definitely consider other novels read by him

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By MadHatter on 10-30-17

Loved it.

Funny, interesting and well performed by the narrator.
A large, strong, handsome Special Agent witch, who is a closet geek, awkward with females, allergic to magic and gets queezy around blood. So, he finds a gruesomely murdered girl in his bathtub and, as the prime suspect, he has to escape and solve the murder.

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By Stef on 02-08-16

I loved this series

it was fun sassy and full of action. well read and the voice really gave the story life.

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