Flight Risk (The Booking Agents #2) by Cherie Priest (Early Review)

Flight Risk (The Booking Agents #2) by Cherie Priest (Early Review)

Flight Risk is the second book in Cherie Priest’s newest series, The Booking Agents. (I loved the first book and you can read my review here.) Cherie does a great job reviewing important details from the first book so I *think* you could probably read this one if you haven’t read Grave Reservations yet (though you’ll be missing out on a great book). As with the first, Flight Risk takes place in Seattle and the surrounding areas, with an emphasis on Capital Hill and the neighborhoods south of the city.

A man comes to Leda for any help she may be able to give him on his sister’s disappearance while Grady is roped into a case involving a human leg his dog found in Mount Rainier National Park, and, as with the first book, Leda and Grady work together to unravel the two cases. Leda is a psychic, and I like how her ability has a mind of its own and therefore feels more real, making these books a cozy mystery/magical realism hybrid.

I love these books. They’re an easy, fun read, funny, entertaining, and entirely enjoyable.

I was given a copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This book will be available on Tuesday, November 15th, 2022.

5/5 Stars