The bodies are piling up!
Murders are happening outside Charlotte's hottest nightspots. A new vampire society has set up shop in the sewers. And Jimmy Black's about to run afoul of the Master of the City. If Jimmy weren't already a vampire, the week ahead would be the death of him.
Between murder, monsters, pesky vampire ethics, and territorial disputes, Jimmy is about to discover how far he's willing to go to save the world and one friend's soul.
There are no easy choices, even for vampire geeks.
©2015 John G. Hartness (P)2015 Bell Bridge Books
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"I can't say enough good things"
All the books in this series are worth great reviews, but in my opinion this one topped them all - not an easy thing for the last (but hopefully not final) book in a series. I can't say anything about it, simply because it was so fun and action packed that anything other than gushing enthusiasm will give away part of the plot. I personally liked it so much that when it was done I wanted to start it over again from the beginning.
"Bertter and Better"
This series keep getting better and better. Great story, great narration. I can't wait for the next one. Keep them coming!!!! Thank You for such great stories and great characters.
"The plot thickens"
The pace of this installment ramped up and the story lines really swerved. The humor is still there, but scooby and the gang are in disarray. Can't wait for the next one.
"I hope Black Knight detective agency survives"
Few nice curve balls, but it's time to get the band back together. The dark turn of the story was unexpected but it ended in a positive place, I think......
Another great book....did not see that ending. Loved all these books in this series looking forward to more. Thank you!
Russo does a great job bringing Hartness characters to life. Great series cannot wait for the next one.
F ing love this book. I want more. NO I need more makes my day so much better.
"Come on, Narrator!"
I have a major pet peeve regarding audiobook voice actors, and that is mispronouncing words. Don't these productions have Directors, or Quality Control people, or dictionaries?
This series has only had a couple of mispronounced words so far, but there were 3 or 4 in this book in particular, and it bugged the hell out of me.
Otherwise, good story arc, decent character development, good narration.
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