Unsympathetic Magic: Book Three of Esther Diamond

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Penguin, Aug 3, 2010 - Fiction - 400 pages
22 Reviews
"...gripping and enticing..." —Crash and Burn Reviews

Acting jobs don't grow on fire escapes, so struggling actress Esther Diamond is outraged when her guest role as a hooker on controversial TV drama The Dirty Thirty is jeopardized by zombies, angry spirits, and a voodoo curse. Meanwhile, the talented teens Esther is coaching at a Harlem cultural center are also being attacked by the sinister supernatural power that's spreading through Manhattan. Since the show must go on, Esther boldly helps her friend, the 350-year-old sorcerer Dr. Maximillian Zadok, combat the Evil forces at work—all while attempting to salvage her love life with her would-be lover, Detective Connor Lopez. But will Esther's courage backfire and end up leading her to become a human sacrifice on the altar of the sinister supernatural powers that are taking over New York City?

Unsympathetic Magic is the exciting third installment of the Esther Diamond series.

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Review: Unsympathetic Magic (Esther Diamond #3)

User Review  - Jody Nightbow - Goodreads

Adorable, again I say adorable. A fast read with delightful NYC flavor, a down to earth Jewish heroine (can it be?!), and amusing thespian backstage banter. As an actual real life folklorist ... Read full review

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User Review  - Christian - Goodreads

I miss the wise guys from book 2. Other than that, this was a fun read and recommended. Read full review

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