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IRON NIGHT
by M.L. Brennan

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Brennan’s second Generation V novel is a pitch-perfect addition to this imaginative, funny series. Balancing precariously between his painfully realistic, underemployed life and the paranormal world that lurks beyond the shadows, Fortitude Scott is an earnest, engaging hero with a heart of gold. Fans will delight to see the return of his sidekick, Suze, in all her wild glory, as well as the rest of this fascinating cast.

Fortitude Scott spends his mornings acquiring the skills every good vampire needs, and his days waiting tables at one of the fanciest restaurants in town. At least he has finally found a roommate he can live with — until the day his roommate is murdered. Now Fort is caught between his prestigious vampire family as they try to cover up the incident and his oldest friend, who has sworn to discover the truth. And when he comes face to face with a creature so evil that it scares even the Scott family, Fort has no one to trust but himself. (ROC, Jan., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Bridget Keown

Publisher: ROC

Published: January 2014

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