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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
Trying to protect his family from the two most notorious gangsters of the twentieth century, a young postal worker is unwittingly caught in the rivalry between Bugsy Moran and Al Capone, in the intense and thrilling supernatural novel Unremarkable by Geoff Habiger and Coy Kissee. Saul's life is better than it has ever been. All in the space of a few weeks, Saul moved out of his parents' home, rented his own apartment, got a good job at the post office, and is dating a glamorous woman. Unexpectedly, most of his newfound security vanishes in one horrifying moment while he and his girlfriend, Moira, are strolling down a Chicago street. They are caught in the crossfire of the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre, leaving Moira dead at the scene. Shocked and guilt-ridden, Saul returns home to find thugs waiting for him, and they aren't the only ones threatening his survival. It seems as if everyone nefarious in the city wants something from Saul, and no matter which one he chooses to accommodate, the outcome will be the same. His life has now departed from the sane and rational, and Saul is caught in a deadly game of tug-of-war where his family's safety is the ransom, and there is no way out.
Unremarkable by Geoff Habiger and Coy Kissee is a brilliant and chilling supernatural adventure set in the wintry streets of nineteen-twenties Chicago. With a thrilling plot filled with suspense, and a hint of horror wafting beneath the surface of the story line, it is impossible to put the book down once you begin to read it. The historical personages of Bugsy Moran and Al Capone are intriguing additions to the story, and the ferocity and depth of their characters are portrayed in a realistic manner. I loved every aspect of this riveting novel and recommend it to those who enjoy suspense-filled stories enhanced with supernatural nuances. If you relish books with creatures of the night, then you will not want to miss this one! It is intensely satisfying!