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The Diviners



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Author
Bray, Libba
Descriptors
Historical Fiction
Horror
Murder
Museums
Occult
Paranormal Activities
Prohibition
Psychics
Serial Killers
Young Adult Fiction
Location/Setting:
New York (City)
Time Period:
1920s
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Summary
When Evie O’Neill causes a scandal in her small Ohio town, her parents ship her off to her uncle in New York City. Evie has every intention of living a glamorous flapper lifestyle. When a rash of occult-based murders begin to plague the city, Evie, her uncle and the mysterious Jericho Jones find themselves mixed up with the police investigation. Could Evie's secret "gift" be the key to solving the murders or the curse that makes her a target?
Critique
The Diviners is a dark and dangerous journey through New York City during the Roaring Twenties. This spine-chilling thriller is rich in history, steeped in dark magic, and packed with secrets. Highly Recommend.
ISBN
9780316126113
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# of Pages
578
Published
2012
Formats
Young Adult
Reviewer's Initials: MA SH DO CO


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