Book Review: LEGEND HUNTER by Jennifer McKenzie



Sitting at your computer, reading this review, it's fairly easy to dismiss the legend of Bigfoot, but when you're deep in the forest with civilization miles away, the possibility that Bigfoot exists is not so easy to disallow.

Jennifer McKenzie takes you deep into Humboldt County and the world of the legend hunter with skill and finesse. Her vivid descriptions had me longing to experience the vast expanse of the forest in person. So much so that I actually googled how much houses in Humboldt cost. In case you're interested: too much for me!

The characters are complex and you'll be rooting for a happy ever after long before you know if it's possible. Jennifer weaves a mystery into the plot with deft hands. I didn't guess who did it until shortly before the characters did and, for me, that's always a big plus.

Legend Hunter is available at Amazon or Fictionwise.

or visit Jennifer's website.

Here's a blurb to entice you.

Bigfoot is a fraud and the people who hunt for him are either fools or liars. Or so Kiera McConnel believes, and she should know since she caught her father fabricating evidence. So, when Ben Harmon, an experienced paranormal investigator shows up, she greets him with the business end of her shotgun. No matter how famous or attractive the man may be, Kiera is not going to help him.

Ben Harmon is sure the new sightings of Bigfoot will lead to a scientific breakthrough and no gun-toting skeptic, even a sexy one, is going to stop him. He manages to convince Kiera to lead him on his quest, but she won’t reveal the secrets he knows she keeps.

Murder intrudes and suddenly, the hunt for Bigfoot becomes the hunt for a killer. Ben and Kiera must discover the truth before the murderer strikes again.

5 comments:

Cari Quinn said...

Sounds like a great story, Lynne. Thanks for the review! :)

Lynne Roberts said...

You're welcome. : )

Jennifer Leeland said...

Wow! Thanks Lynne! I'm so glad you liked the book. It was the book of my heart. I loved it.

Lynne Roberts said...

You're welcome. Though I still haven't gotten over my desire to walk around in the woods. I blame you.

Helen Hardt said...

Sounds wonderful!