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ROADKILL
by Rob Thurman

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Just when the Leandros half-brothers think they've caught a break, reality slaps them upside the head! Although life can be extremely dangerous for this duo, the unbreakable bond between the brothers is what really powers Thurman's darkly compelling series. Thurman is a master at delivering raw emotion and uncompromising danger spiced with just the right touch of sarcastic humor. Unforgettable!

After destroying all of his evil and vicious Auphe relatives, Cal hoped he and Niko could just concentrate on their P.I. business. Be careful what you wish for, because Cal and Niko's newest client is the nasty Gypsy queen who almost got Niko killed. But once they learn what is at stake, the brothers can't turn down the case.

It seems that the coffin containing the imprisoned essence of Suyolak, also known as the "Plague of the World," has been stolen. If Suyolak is unleashed, disease upon horrific disease could ravage Earth. So the brothers -- along with Puck, Robin Goodfellow and his mummy cat -- follow the trail. But even if they find Suyolak, destroying him is a whole other matter. (ROC, Mar., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: ROC

Published: March 2010

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