Highway To Hell, by Rosemary Clement-Moore, (Delacorte Press, 2009)

All Maggie Quinn wanted to do was drive to South Padre Island with her best friend Lisa for some spring break action. One dead cow in the road later, the two are stranded in the tiny town of Dulcina, Texas, and dropped in the middle of a mystery. Something’s been killing the local livestock, and all evidence points towards the mythical chupacabra as the culprit. Determined to find out the truth, Maggie and Lisa soon discover that Dulcina’s in a whole mess of trouble. To save the town from destruction and defeat an ancient evil, Maggie will have to trust her instincts, her allies, and her psychic abilities more than ever. The third book in the series, Highway to Hell features the same blend of supernatural mystery, pop culture cleverness, and adventure as its predecessors, adding in a strong dash of Southwest atmosphere and lore for good measure. Once again, a solidly entertaining offering from Clement-Moore.

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