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This is book number 2 in the The Unforgettable Logan Foster series.
Sometimes, it’s not so easy to tell the differences between good guys and the bad ones. Filled with superheroes, supervillains, and epic showdowns, The Unforgettable Logan Foster and the Shadow of Doubt is the thrilling second book in the acclaimed Logan Foster series from super-author Shawn Peters.
After using his photographic memory to defeat Necros and her minions, Logan has seen his life change completely. Now, the Multinational Authority for Superhuman Control (MASC) is keeping a close eye on everything he does in order to keep him out of Necros’s clutches.
But when Logan stumbles upon the fact that Necros was in the area on the very same day he became an orphan, he can’t help but wonder—is MASC hiding the truth about who his parents really are?
When superheroes mysteriously start going missing, all signs point to the same supervillain who also may hold the clues to Logan’s past. Only Logan—along with his super-strong best friend, Elena, and their new bestie, Connie—can uncover the truth, find the missing superheroes, and stop Necros. Will Logan be able to save the day and uncover the truth about his birth parents before it’s too late? It’s another action-packed Logan Foster adventure from super-author Shawn Peters.
About the Author
Shawn Peters has spent more than two decades writing professionally for television and advertising. Married to a superhero public school teacher and a father of two kids, Shawn is a suburban-dad trope-fest. After years of coaching his kids’ teams and playing old-man softball, he now spends his spare time jogging slowly, comparing IPAs with other dads, and making ultra-nerdy Dungeons and Dragons puns on Twitter under the handle @DnDadJokes.
“Funny and action-packed superhero silliness.” — Kirkus Reviews
"Peters ... packs his plot with action and his cast with superpowered friends and foes ... Readers will cheer the smart, earnest narrator as he works to save the world while heroically seeking clues to what makes other people tick and to his own hidden past." — Booklist