Fiona receives a disturbing call about a ritualistic homicide in the abyss of a cave and sanctuary of a teenage vampire cult. She is forced to confront yet another obstacle as she is hunted by a crazed escaped convict, bloodthirsty for revenge on her father. Conflict, betrayal, and forbidden love flourish as Fiona realizes that her forensic training program is more like reality than she ever imagined.
About the Author
Dr. Bon has earned her PhD in physiology and has published her research in multiple peer-reviewed journals. She also has served as an Ad Hoc Reviewer for the National Science Foundation, Royal Integrative Society and other scientific journals. She has taught courses, including Biochemistry, at the college level for over 19 years, earning an award for Fostering Student Achievement. Her most recent academic appointment was as an adjunct professor at The University of North Texas, teaching Biochemistry & Parasitology.
Dr. Bon has authored over 100 popular games and in 2006, founded the #1 murder mystery party company My Mystery Party, which has risen to be a top source for party hosts around the world.
Dr. Bon's most recent project is the short film; Dinner is Served, which will be entered in many film festivals in the fall of 2016. She serves as the film's writer, producer and is also playing a role in the film.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I don't usually care that much for this kind of plot, but this novel turned out to be one of a select few that I read cover to cover in one sitting. It will capture you to the point you may need a pot of coffee, because you won't want to put it down.
First! I loved the book just as much as the first one.
I thought ‘Fiona Frost: Order of the Black Moon’ was just as engaging as the first book. Once again Fiona finds her forensic training program becoming more practical. Nancy Drew for a modern audience, the Fiona Frost series takes the reader into the darker side of young adult mystery stories, especially with the teenage vampire cult in this book. I think the story was really multifaceted, adding a bit of romance and conflict, so that it depicts a realistic teenage life. The only difference is that Fiona has a mystery to solve along with the other struggles of youth. Very engaging.