A compelling entry in the series, Boone and Jacque: Cytrus Moonlight by AG Flitcher plunges the
characters into another mystery when their lives seem to have settled in
Cytrus. After moving to Cytrus, Boone, Jacque, and Shammy seem to lead a quiet,
peaceful life until they find themselves embroiled in a murder case. Jacque's
uncle is poisoned and tension flares in the families. While Jacque and Xantia
want to solve the murder, Boone and Shammy are concerned solely about the
safety of their families. The authorities want answers and the tension grows
with every passing hour. Can Jacque and his friends solve this murder and
restore peace in a town that is threatened by dangers far subtler than the
conflict caused by the murder?
This mesmerizing mystery explores a town that has its own hidden problems and offers a delightful reading experience. It features a voice that crackles through every page, characters that are fully and vividly drawn, and a conflict that grows in magnitude as the plot moves forward. Besides the underlying conflict of murder that drives this story forward, the author has cleverly woven other conflicts into the story, enriching it with tension. A drug that emboldens users to let their inhibitions loose is in the streets and the person suspected to be the brain behind the drug, Dr. Button, dies mysteriously. AG Flitcher's extraordinary storytelling skill is exemplified in this book and the characters make for wonderful companions for fans of mystery, thrillers, and suspenseful narratives. This is an immersive story with exceptional characters and a setting that feels like a character in its own rights.