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The Witch of Gray's Point: A Creature Feature Horror Suspense (Lorestalker Book 3) is a horror novel written by J.P. Barnett. The fact that her college finals were looming ahead made Miriam’s decision to hide away at her secret study place an easy one. Her investigation into the Kraken had carried over into the semester, and she had fallen perilously far behind in her coursework. Her professors had been quite supportive in giving out extensions and offering more one-on-one time in their offices, but Miriam was aware that she had to get this right. Macy Donner, her best friend and owner of the car Miriam would be using to get to her study haven, was worried that she had no way to reach Miriam -- but things in the cryptozoological world had been very quiet lately. And the point of a hidden study refuge was that there would be no distractions, wasn’t it?
J.P. Barnett’s Lorestalker series is bound to bring a thrill to anyone who harbors a secret obsession with cryptozoology and finds themselves unable to resist searching the internet for the latest sighting of a chupacabra or photos of odd beached creatures on foreign or even domestic shores. The Witch of Gray's Point is likely to get them just as wired and eager to start following along as Miriam encounters not only her estranged father but creatures that seem impossible even to someone with her background in cryptozoology. Miriam Brooks has to be one of my favorite fictional characters. She’s a fascinating blend of scientist, geek and unassuming super-hero; she’s also a hoot and a half to follow in her investigations. And Miriam isn’t the only notable character in this monstrously good series. They’re all well-defined and credible. Barnett’s plot is engrossing and thought-provoking, and his story is fast-paced and suspenseful. The Witch of Gray's Point: A Creature Feature Horror Suspense (Lorestalker Book 3) is most highly recommended.