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DEMON MISTRESS
by Yasmine Galenorn

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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It's vampire sister Menolly's turn to describe the action in the newest chapter of Galenorn's continuing Otherworld adventures. Galenorn's trick of having each successive book told from a different D'Artigo sister's perspective keeps the series fresh while still moving the over-arching plot forward. As always, she delivers intriguing characters, intricate plot layers and kick-butt action!

While cleaning out rooms above her bar, Menolly discovers items left by a former elf bartender who supposedly returned to Otherworld. Most interesting is a diary that suggests the elf had a stalker and foul play may be involved. Menolly, Camille, Delilah
and their allies are called out when
a strange new demon attacks the fae and begins sucking out their life-force.

But this is no ordinary demon; it's something that hasn't been seen for thousands of years. Adding to their
collective problems, a secret human society may be trying to aid the demon lord Shadow Wing in his horrible quest. (BERKLEY, Jun., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: BERKLEY

Published: June 2009

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