Book Review

by Mark Del Franco

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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The uber-talented Del Franco launches his second series, Laura Blackstone. It's set in a universe where the modern world and the realm of faerie have converged. Laura is the ultimate undercover operative, but her lifestyle borders on the schizophrenic as she juggles multiple identities. Del Franco presents a story where menace and treachery ensure these players are put through the literal wringer. It's terrific stuff!

As an undercover agent
for the fey intelligence agency,
druid Laura Blackstone is currently
juggling three different identities.
As Laura, she is the PR director for
the Fey Guild. As Janice Crawford,
she is a backup SWAT member,
and as Mariel Tate she hunts down

During an op gone bad, "Janice"
is nearly killed and a fellow SWAT member is fatally shot. Something about the operation doesn't ring true, and as Laura tries to uncover the truth, she discovers disturbing connections to her other identities. The link seems to be the upcoming Fey Exhibition at
the National Archives. If Laura can't
unlock the insidious plot, the cost
could be horrendous.

(ACE, Aug., 304
pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: ACE

Published: August 2009

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