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Lt. Mackenzie Santos swears she will never take another vacation again as long as she lives. The moment she returns home, two federal agents are there to take her into custody. Then she finds out her partner, Sgt. Patricia Collins, as well as several others are missing. Several of the missing have connections to law enforcement. All are connected to Mac through one importa Lt. Mackenzie Santos swears she will never take another vacation again as long as she lives. The moment she returns home, two federal agents are there to take her into custody. Then she finds out her partner, Sgt. Patricia Collins, as well as several others are missing. Several of the missing have connections to law enforcement. All are connected to Mac through one important and very secret fact -- they are all shapechangers. Has someone finally discovered that the myths and bad Hollywood movies are actually based on fact or is there something else, something more insidious at work? Mac finds herself in a race against time not only to save her partner and the others but to discover who was behind their disappearances. As she does, she finds herself dealing with Internal Affairs, dirty cops, the Feds and a possible conspiracy within the shapeshifter community that could not only bring their existence to light but cause a civil war between shifters.


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Lt. Mackenzie Santos swears she will never take another vacation again as long as she lives. The moment she returns home, two federal agents are there to take her into custody. Then she finds out her partner, Sgt. Patricia Collins, as well as several others are missing. Several of the missing have connections to law enforcement. All are connected to Mac through one importa Lt. Mackenzie Santos swears she will never take another vacation again as long as she lives. The moment she returns home, two federal agents are there to take her into custody. Then she finds out her partner, Sgt. Patricia Collins, as well as several others are missing. Several of the missing have connections to law enforcement. All are connected to Mac through one important and very secret fact -- they are all shapechangers. Has someone finally discovered that the myths and bad Hollywood movies are actually based on fact or is there something else, something more insidious at work? Mac finds herself in a race against time not only to save her partner and the others but to discover who was behind their disappearances. As she does, she finds herself dealing with Internal Affairs, dirty cops, the Feds and a possible conspiracy within the shapeshifter community that could not only bring their existence to light but cause a civil war between shifters.

22 review for Nocturnal Interlude

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jon

    One might begin to think that all of the bad guys in the shapeshifting society are out to get Mac, from the way things are going. She and Jackson return from a trip to Hawaii, where they have lots of fun in and out of the sun, and decide to tie the knot in a small ceremony, and find out that Mac's partner, Pat, has disappeared, apparently kidnapped, by an unknown entity who has abducted shifters and weres in several other cities previously - none ever being seen alive again. Mac gets recruited, t One might begin to think that all of the bad guys in the shapeshifting society are out to get Mac, from the way things are going. She and Jackson return from a trip to Hawaii, where they have lots of fun in and out of the sun, and decide to tie the knot in a small ceremony, and find out that Mac's partner, Pat, has disappeared, apparently kidnapped, by an unknown entity who has abducted shifters and weres in several other cities previously - none ever being seen alive again. Mac gets recruited, technically her enlistment in the Marines is re-activated, to detached duty for a division of Homeland Security which is aware of the existence of shifters and is committed to making sure that the "torch and pitchfork" scenario never comes to pass when shifters are finally outed to the public, which is only a matter of time, given modern forensics. Her cousin, Matteo, is part of the unit, and her grandmother, Ellen, has been aware of its existence for some time now, though her former colleagues in the Conclave are not. Another good story in the series.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Betsy Lightfoot

    Nocturnal Interlude is the third book in the Nocturnal Lives series. I have not read the first two books in the series. However, I did not find it difficult to follow the plot in this at all, though no doubt, certain allusions would make more sense if I had read the first two books. I really enjoyed reading this book, which is a combination of police drama and urban fantasy. The book centers on a family of shifters, people who can change from human form to that of an animal, and the community in w Nocturnal Interlude is the third book in the Nocturnal Lives series. I have not read the first two books in the series. However, I did not find it difficult to follow the plot in this at all, though no doubt, certain allusions would make more sense if I had read the first two books. I really enjoyed reading this book, which is a combination of police drama and urban fantasy. The book centers on a family of shifters, people who can change from human form to that of an animal, and the community in which they live, as well as the greater community of shifters with which they interact. There is excitement and drama and on nearly every page. I found it exciting to read through, though she did give us room to breathe frequently. By the end of the book everything is resolved nicely, the sheep though she did leave some hooks that could go for future books relating to the community at large and the leaders of it. Note: there is offscreen torture. We don't see this, but we do see people planning for it, as well as having to deal with the results.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ted

    I couldn't put it down Amanda S. Green’s “Nocturnal Interlude” is the third volume in the life of police Lt. Mackenzie Santos. The story starts out with a run in with the feds, a missing persons case, and complications to a life already full to the brim of complication. Lt Santos is a shapeshifter, protector of her pride, and honest cop working beside normal humans who are trained detectives. Ms. Green’s characters come to life before your eyes, the story is gripping and fast paced. You can’t help I couldn't put it down Amanda S. Green’s “Nocturnal Interlude” is the third volume in the life of police Lt. Mackenzie Santos. The story starts out with a run in with the feds, a missing persons case, and complications to a life already full to the brim of complication. Lt Santos is a shapeshifter, protector of her pride, and honest cop working beside normal humans who are trained detectives. Ms. Green’s characters come to life before your eyes, the story is gripping and fast paced. You can’t help but become engrossed in the interactions of department, family, loyalties, and the complications of human and shifter relationships. As a new reader to the Nocturnal series I found it easy to jump into the action, fill in some of the blanks in context, and enjoy the story. I’m looking forward to reading the first two books in the series before rereading Nocturnal Interlude. Once I’ve done my homework I’ll be enjoying the story again with a even greater appreciation of the plot.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bill

    Kidnappings and murders keep Mac and colleagues balancing the needs of Homeland Security and Dallas PD with those of her 'community'. Kidnappings and murders keep Mac and colleagues balancing the needs of Homeland Security and Dallas PD with those of her 'community'.

  5. 5 out of 5

    David Sienkiewicz

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  8. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Titchenor

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tracey Risebrow

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tiago Zanco

  11. 4 out of 5

    Scott

  12. 5 out of 5

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  13. 5 out of 5

    jtrowe

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Krieser

  15. 4 out of 5

    Alan Ferkinhoff

  16. 4 out of 5

    Amy Layman

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mark Alger

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amy Layman

  19. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth A.

  20. 4 out of 5

    John Nathan

  21. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

  22. 5 out of 5

    John Stawarz

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