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DEJA DEMON
by Julie Kenner

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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As the old song "Torn Between Two Lovers" laments, juggling secrets and lives is not for the faint of heart. While it still contains a lot of offbeat humor, this chapter in the demon- kicking saga, the Days and Nights of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom is darker and more intense. Events are coming to a head, and Kenner's excellent pacing whips the plot forward while keeping all the emotional turmoil intact. This showdown will change everything!

Trying to juggle two lives
is running demon hunter Kate Connor
into the ground. Having resurrected
her deceased husband, Eric, who now resides in the body of teacher David
Long, Kate is now faced with having
two "husbands."

While her close friends and
her teenage daughter Allie all
know about the demon hunting,
Kate still hasn't come clean to
current husband Stuart. She
may have little choice in the matter,
since demons keep targeting her
and muttering something about the One and a Sword of Caelum. Kate once tried to leave demon hunting behind, but it seems to be her destiny. Surviving, however, is easier said
than done. (BERKLEY, Jul., 336 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Berkley

Published: July 2008

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