By Kim Harrison
Isbn-10: 0060572973 | Isbn-13: 9780060572976 | Publish date: 01/02/2005
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It's a tough life for witch Rachel Morgan, sexy, independent bounty hunter, prowling the darkest shadows of downtown Cincinnati for criminal creatures of the night.
She can handle the leather-clad vamps and even tangle with a cunning demon or two. But a serial killer who feeds on the experts in the most dangerous kind of black magic is definitely pressing the limits.
Confronting an ancient, implacable evil is more than just child's play -- and this time, Rachel will be lucky to escape with her very soul."
Fcxz said on Sep 17, 2014, 23:35
Book Diva said on Aug 25, 2008, 12:45
Not-stop excitement, from page 1! Nick, the ex, is back & in trouble, Kisten is still there, Jenks is BIG, Ivy's offer for a "bite" is becoming more tempting, and the fate of the world just might rest in Rachel's hands. Can she escape the Werewolves and save the day?
Bashful said on Aug 20, 2008, 22:56
Slow start, ending not that great, but most of it had me hooked. Who's killing all the witches, can Rachel finally pin things on billionaire bad-boy Trent, what went wrong when she tried to create a "familiar", and what is she going to do about her unstable, blood-hungry vamp room-mate?
Bashful said on Aug 20, 2008, 22:53
I've had so much trouble finding stuff that gets me excited to read lately. My two favorite authors, Terry Goodkind, and Laurell K. Hamilton, havn't been delivering on quite the level they were when I got into their series. Kim Harrison's series is an excellent new offering. It's not afraid to be violent or sexy if it needs to be, but it doesn't get bogged down in such things needlessly. I remember reading Anita Blake mystery novels, and now each new title, while still well written, has less action and more... "action."
This is the fourth book in Harrison's series about her characters in the Hollows. Witchcraft, fairies, and a Vampire Pizzaria are some of the staples of this series which, so far, just keeps getting better.
Victorysabre said on Sep 21, 2006, 00:37