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BLOOD OF EDEN
by Tami Dane

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Dane brings us a mystery involving a newbie FBI agent thrust into the world of the paranormal. With strong, snappy dialogue and quirky modern-day characters, she mixes mystery and a little bit of romance with the supernatural for an amusing, entertaining read.

Due to an administrative error, new FBI agent Sloan Skye is assigned an internship with a brand-new unit within the FBI called the Paranormal Behavioral Analysis Unit. Unsure of what she’s getting into, she assists with an investigation involving the murder of a woman whose killer is suspected of being a vampire. Working the case with her team turns up some unusual discoveries, not to mention a new relationship with team member, special agent Jordan Thomas. Sloan’s summer internship turns out to be more exciting than she bargained for. (KENSINGTON, Dec., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Melanie Bates

Publisher: KENSINGTON

Published: December 2011

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