Book Review

SINS OF THE DEMON
by Diana Rowland

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Life continues to get significantly more complicated for demon summoner Kara Gillian as she juggles her law-enforcement career, relationships (with demon lords no less) and, oh yeah, that demonic power struggle she’s intent on avoiding. With each new chapter in this mesmerizing UF series, the gifted Rowland constructs her world and adds depth to her characters, all while giving readers clues to the over-arching plotline. This book’s cliffhanger ending will have readers gnashing their teeth waiting for the next installment!

Kara’s deal with demon lord Rhyskahl is a double-edged sword. Kara is getting the information she needs, but it puts her in the sights of his enemies. To help protect Kara, Rhyskahl has assigned her a demon bodyguard named Eilahn.

Meanwhile, several people have suddenly dropped dead under mysterious circumstances. Even stranger, they are individuals who have hurt Kara in the past. Is she being framed for their deaths? Or is something more dangerous going on? To clear her name and figure out what is happening, Kara is going to need help from her friends. Chillingly, the answers she needs may lie in events from the past. (DAW, Jan., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: DAW

Published: January 2012

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