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by Carole Nelson Douglas

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Delilah Street is another hard-hitting, lovable series heroine with extremely relatable fears and doubts. Newcomers may find it a bit difficult to acclimate themselves to this story initially, but this tale is sure to please those craving some history mixed in with their paranormal.

Paranormal Investigator Delilah is still living in the Millennium Revelation, a world where all sorts of supernatural beings aren't quite as uncommon as people would like them to be. Delilah is trying to forget the Brimstone Kiss she exchanged with the infamous Snow in order to save her boyfriend Ric's life. But will the kiss heal all past wounds, or will it prove
to be fatal in the end, especially after bringing Ric back from the dead?

Along with these lingering doubts, Delilah is out to get rid of the Egyptian vampire ring below the Karnak hotel, protect her next guard dog with her life and figure out why her double, Lilith,
is messing with her. (POCKET/JUNO, Dec., 372 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Lauren Becker

Publisher: POCKET/JUNO

Published: December 2009

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