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You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. All of this is put on hold when she is called onto a homicide case. If you have read Dying BitesI would suggest continuing on as the characters previously introduced get much more personal and you really get to know more about blowz and their personalities.

Other editions – View all Death Blows: Jace and Charlie have to switch gear to prevent another serial killer; this time acting like a super-villain. Dec 30, Marianna rated it really liked it Shelves: You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Yes he is her boss, but she warned him from the start to not expect her to follow any rules. You must log in or register to reply here. Flame in the Dark.

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Pete was both unexpected and titillating. But now I’m on a roll ill get to book three soon! Dec 17, Crystal rated it really liked it. Jace is still human, still in this alternate universe and still trying to solve a case to get home.


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Jace still has more chemistry with Charlie, the organ-less golem. No trivia or quizzes yet. Joined Jun 20, Messages 1, Found Nanotechnology has destroyed barrannt and whales lure people to their deaths Started by Leslie55 Dec 20, Replies: Why write a character with no equipment?

The second Bloodhound Files is a spectacular alternative urban fantasy police procedural. The narrative was a little odd for me in barrang book. Jace is also informed by her vampire boss Cassius that she must halt her search for Stoker for the time being and focus on this case anyway because the practitioner responsible for bringing her over to this reality is “unavailable” While someone else could do it, she wouldn’t be put back at the time that they removed her.

I hate that I have to wait until March for the next book but I will be glad to read it. FBI profiler Jace Valchek was pulled into this parallel realm to hunt for Aristotle Stoker, a human serial killer who preys on vampires and werewolves.

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Dec 13, Marianne rated it liked it Shelves: At a bizarre crime scene, Jace finds a bloodsucker murdered by magic, fried to the bone and dressed in the costume of the comic book hero the Flash — a character who isn’t supposed to exist here. The victims of current murders are members of Bravo Brigadea government team of people with superpower: Sep 05, Shay rated it really liked it Shelves: In this series View all Book 3.


I don’t remember it from the first book, but this one is told in first person present tense, and while I’m definitely used to first person narrative – especially in the urban fantasy genre – it’s usually first-person past tense so every once in awhile the lack of familiarity with that particular POV nudged me out of the story and I started thinking about the words instead of experiencing them. Jace has been trying to find the man responsible, Aristotle Stoker so she can fulfill the terms of her contract barrant return to her own reality.

I love superhero movies and the Bigtime Series by Jennifer Estep – very cute superhero series.

I liked that it never really became a paranormal romance type thing but in Death Blows, boows of that disappears altogether. Detective I am not.

It’s only two books in and already it much to complicated. Jan 09, Gilbert Stack rated it liked it.