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FURY OF THE DEMON
by Diana Rowland

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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After the soul-shattering events of Touch of the Demon, demon summoner Kara Gillian is fighting to put herself back together. Powerhouse Rowland has taken Kara’s and readers’ notions of allies and enemies and redefined them, so current and past events are subject to reexamination — with sometimes devastating results. Rowland has firmly established herself at the top of the genre!

Still recovering from demon lord Rhyzkahl’s horrific dirty-dealing, Kara has placed her trust and love in demon lord Mzatal. Mzatal has been training Kara, both for her own sake and in preparation for their rescue attempt of Idris, Mzatal’s kidnapped protégé. Kara is no longer with the police, but FBI agents Ryan Kristoff and Zack Garner have set her up as a civilian consultant. When a murder with magic elements occurs, Kara is called in. If her suspicions are correct, catching a murderer may be the least of their problems. (DAW, Jan., 416 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: DAW

Published: January 2014

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