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SHADOW'S FALL
by Dianne Sylvan

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Sylvan is back with her third Shadow World novel, vampire mythology combining ancient magic and technology. Her world is edgy and dark, where alliances and betrayals are hard to keep straight. Hang on tight, the cliffhanger ending will leave you breathless!

It’s been three years since Miranda Grey became the Vampire Queen of the South, in association with Prime David Solomon, her lover and consort. Miranda has been able to keep her duties as queen separate from her musical career, but now both parts of her life are about to collide. Along with a major concert, Austin is also the location of a once-a-decade vampire council meeting. David and Miranda are concerned, for they don’t trust the Prime of the Northeast, James Hart, at all. They know Hart is plotting revenge, but is there something more ominous happening as well? (ACE, Apr., 325 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: ACE

Published: April 2012

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