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THE CASE OF THE VIRTUOUS VAMPIRE
by Monette Michaels

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Paranormal

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Lawyer and witch Abigail Gooden
has a new client—Jurnik, a vampire and her mother's current
beau. Through him she meets Lucan
"Luc" Knight, a private investigator
and shape shifter with very strong psi
powers. Jurnik is suspected of murdering a dancer who worked at his
club and was his former lover. He
wants Abigail to defend him while
Luc tries to find out who is trying
to frame him.

Though Abby is drawn to Luc, she's unwilling to trust him because of a bad experience with a former boyfriend. With the backing of her friends and family, however, Luc is confident that he'll win her trust. When a dark witch seeks to destroy Abby and her mother and uncle, Luc and her friends are all drawn into the struggle. Is this possibly the same person who is framing Jurnik?

Michaels delivers two admirable mysteries in one. Though the hero and heroine's interaction is sometimes tedious, the story moves along at a nice pace. For those who love a story with a fairly overbearing alpha hero and interfering, rather manipulative, friends and family, this is the one for you. But those who expect a vampire story
will be disappointed. (Dec. '04, 234
pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: LTD Books

Published: December 2004

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