Gatekeeper by Natasha DeenGatekeeper by Natasha Deen

Gatekeeper

byNatasha Deen

Paperback | May 1, 2016

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SELECTION, Moonbeam Award, Fall 2016A month after solving her first murder (and almost getting killed in the process), Maggie Johnson and her soul brother serge Popov are hoping for some peace an quiet to figure out...well, everything. But the dead wait for no one. Especially a dead guy like Kent Meagher. He was every parent's dream, the kind of good kid who excelled at school and never caused trouble. And he was the kind of guy all the guys liked. Add in a hot factor that made him every girl's fantasy, and he was the least likely person to be murdered. So who tossed him off a cliff? Maggie's determined to find the killer, but if she's not careful, she'll end up just like the soul she's trying to save.
One of the best parts of being a writer for Natasha Deen is presenting at schools, conferences, and workshops. She's also appeared in a variety of media outlets as a literacy advocate. When not working, she hangs out with her furry boys.
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Title:GatekeeperFormat:PaperbackDimensions:232 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.57 inPublished:May 1, 2016Publisher:Great Plains PublicationsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9781927855393

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"Gatekeeper, like its predecessor [Guardian], is completely an edge-of-your-seat read, though I found that I looked forward to the witty dialogue as much as the paranormal elements which Natasha Deen flawlessly embeds in her plot. I've always thought Norah McClintock was the queen of YA crime fiction but I think Natasha Deen has developed into a princess of YA paranormal murder mysteries. With her multifaceted plotlines and great, great characters who are neither perfect nor surreal (though they may be otherworldly), Natasha Deen has become one of my go-to YACanLit authors for spooky whodunits with a smidgen of romance." - CanLit For Little Canadians