Magick in the City by Zakariyya Ishaw
Magick, not the kind you normally think of, magic from a magician playing tricks with rabbits or cards, etc. This type of magick, the practice of controlling natural phenomena, is a secret known only to a select few worldwide, good vs. evil, the black magick and the white magick, going back through time. An elite group of highly intelligent, motivated and dedicated people, working to protect the Earth to keep the balance and structure, the elite of the elite, as it has been for years is now under fire, but never for violence to take place among themselves, only those below them.
A wealthy, highly renown New Yorker is brutally murdered. Then another. And another. A serial killer on the lose? Call in the FBI to help the local area police. Absolutely no clues or DNA left at the scenes, only a single out of place footprint. Who did this and why? Add in a man looking for clues to his father’s disappearance 25 years ago requesting the help from a local private investigation firm.
Major cities, major people, deep and dark secrets, occult, murder, mystery, good vs. evil, the struggle for power within the ranks, influence and control.
There are so many characters in this story it was difficult to know who the main character was in the beginning, or what the theme of the story was. Short chapters and a very interesting and unique point of view will keep you turning the pages. It does remain a bit confusing with so many characters, and more keep getting introduced as the story goes on. Friends, enemies, who is who and who do you believe? The more you read, the more you want to read. Eventually all is revealed.