The Diviners by Libba Bray

Rated by Bethany T.
Nov 28, 2012

After a drunken party trick goes terribly wrong, flapper Evie O’Neill is sent to spend her summer in exile with her uncle—if Jazz Age New York with its speakeasies, handsome boys and raucous parties can be considered exile.  The trouble is, once she gets there, a series of gruesome murders spreads across the city, and Evie and her party tricks might be the only thing that can stop them.

Together with her uncle and his assistant at the Museum of American Folklore, Superstition and the Occult (that’s the Museum of the Creepy Crawlies to those in the know,) Evie bands together with other unusual