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KISS OF DEATH
by Rachel Caine

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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This new chapter in Caine's edge- of-your-seat Morganville Vampires series takes the main characters away from their familiar haunts and gives them a whole new supernatural worry. With each new book, Claire hones her courage, resourcefulness and savvy. Caine always delivers the goods!

When vampire Michael is
offered the chance to use a recording studio in Dallas, the quartet -- Michael, Eve, Shane and Claire -- make it a road trip. Getting permission
to leave vampire-controlled Morganville is not easy and it includes one very large catch, in the form of Oliver.
On the road, he insists they stop at
a small town. Everything starts to go
to hell as they have a run-in with local thugs and quickly learn that Oliver isn't telling them everything. Then they are faced with a new supernatural threat! (SIGNET, May, 243 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: SIGNET

Published: May 2010

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