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FALL OF NIGHT
by Rachel Caine

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Adding new zest to the Morganville Vampire series, Caine sets this book outside of Morganville, as Claire Danvers has finally won permission to leave Morganville to attend MIT. Caine shakes things up dramatically in this installment, and the ending is a major cliffhanger!

Leaving her friends Eve and Michael, as well as her love Shane, is harder than Claire expects, but she is determined to grab her chance to attend MIT. On instructions from Myrrin, Claire takes her prototype vampire weapon to his former assistant, Dr. Irene Anderson, and agrees to help with the research. Unable to stay away, Shane heads to Boston and gets a job without telling Claire he is in town. Shane ends up working for Jesse, an unusual vampire. But events take a dark turn when it becomes clear that someone is after both Claire and her machine. Who is this shadowy group and what is their goal? (NAL, May, 352 pp., $17.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: NAL

Published: May 2013

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