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BREAK OF DAWN
by Chris Marie Green

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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The Hollywood scene provides cover for a vampire society in this dark thriller as cinema stars sell their souls for eternal beauty and fame. The characters are a good mix, strong yet flawed, and the plot takes some interesting twists and turns. This is the third book of a trilogy and wraps things up nicely, but fans needn't despair. The adventures of Dawn Madison will continue in another three-book arc to be published in 2009.

Former stuntwoman Dawn Madison is now a vampire hunter looking for the secret underground society where the undead reside. Her father
vanished and she believes her vampire mother abducted him. She wants to
trust Jonah, the mysterious leader of the hunters, but unsettling events have her believing he may be one of the bad guys. Dawn turns to P.I. Matt Lonigan, but he's not the friend she thought he was. Lies and betrayal come from all directions and Dawn doesn't know
who she can trust. (ACE, Sep., 336 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Gail Pruszkowski

Publisher: Ace

Published: September 2008

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