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Off the Shelf: Review of “Jackaby”

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Abigail Rook moves to New Fiddleham, New England and without a place to live she needs to find a job. She finds Jackaby, he is a detective that doesn’t exactly work with the investigative services. She soon becomes his assistant.
Her first day on the job, Jackaby brings Abigail to a crime scene and she finds herself helping him solve it. Jackaby is convinced that the criminal is not human and nobody seems to believe him except for Abigail.
This book is the ALHS Bookends choice for the month of December. If you are interested in joining book club go on twitter and search #alhsbookends.

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