BSI: Bureau of Supernatural Investigation by C.J. Pinard

BSI: Bureau of Supernatural Investigation

By C.J. Pinard

  • Release Date: 2013-09-26
  • Genre: Paranormal
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Description

Supernatural creatures have roamed the Earth since the beginning of time. There was a time when humans would not tolerate having vampires and other creatures in their midst, stealing their young and killing their fellow human beings. These humans took care of business with pitchforks, sharpened stakes, and fires. As the centuries passed, the supernatural creatures learned that they needed to hide in order to survive. As they did, humans evolved, and after a few decades, humans no longer believed the tales from mythology and folklore. Then the creatures became more bold again, showing themselves when they should have stayed hidden.

In 1945, the assistant director of the FBI suffered a horrible tragedy, which he learned later was supernaturally related. He created a small branch of the Department of Justice called the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation – the BSI. Little did he know that there were already men and women policing the world of the supernatural – or the “Fae.” The only difference was that this other group had a huge advantage over the humans running the BSI; they were also immortal, just like the creatures they policed. Should the BSI and the Immortals work together to keep the peace?

Follow agents and Immortals from the four supernaturally busiest places in the country – San Francisco, Chicago, New Orleans, and Washington D.C. and watch the BSI evolve.

Vampires, shapeshifters, succubae, and Immortals. What is the Justice Department hiding?

BSI: Bureau of Supernatural Investigation is an accompanying novel to both the Enchanted Immortals and Rebel Riders series, and can be read between or at any time during the series'.

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    This book is honestly one of the worst ever written. It's just awful, don't waste a minute of your time reading it, you can't get that time back. Hopefully the author doesn't even attempt to write other stories, EVER. Or, if so, learns how to write before attempting to do so.

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