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KILLING ROCKS
by DD Barant

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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For those who love their heroines with plenty of snark, look no further than displaced FBI agent Jace Valchek. In round three of the Bloodhound Files, Barant sets the stage for major political upheaval and places her feisty heroine in the hot zone. Barant continues to introduce intriguing secondary players who give her world depth and raise the ante. A terrific way to spend your time and money!

In order for the NSA to agree to send Jace back to her reality, she must first kill or capture human terrorist Aristotle Stoker. Unfortunately it appears that the shaman Ahaseurus, who is the only one who can send Jace back to her world, has taken up with Stoker in some kind of plot that involves the theft of two major artifacts.

Jace, her partner golem Charlie Aleph and their team are hunting Stoker and Ahaseurus when all hell breaks loose, for a spell is unleashed that turns all the golems against the vampires and weres. Without Charlie as backup, Jace is going to have to put her faith in a wily Astonisher named Azura. (ST. MARTIN’S, Jan., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: ST. MARTIN’S

Published: June 2010

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