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From national best-selling author of Roadkill.

Bar owner Triva Iktomi knows that inhuman creatures of light and darkness roam Las Vegas - especially since she's a bit more than human herself. She's just been approached with an unusual proposition. Something has slaughtered almost 1,000 demons in six months. And the killing isn't going to stop unless Trixa and her friends step into the fight....

©2010 Rob Thurman (P)2010 Penguin Audio

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  • Tracey
  • 05-01-13

Another great entry into the series!

Love Trixa, the snarky heroine, Leo and especially demon hunters Zeke and Griffin, whom Trixa has taken under her trickster wing (would love to read an offshoot novel or novella with just these 2 characters.) Couldn't stop listening to this book. Looking forward to reading more of Thurman's novels.

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  • Jackie
  • 14-10-10

Awesome

I really enjoyed this book. It was well performed and the story was great. I have always love Rob Thurman's books but this one is now my favorite!!!! This is a must have.

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  • Teresa
  • 04-02-15

wonderful

The book comes alive with the narrator to envelope the listener in the dark humor of the supernaturally charged world.

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  • BikeVON
  • 25-03-11

Pass on it

The author spends to much time reiterating relationships and plot from book 1. A trickster does not make an interesting character. The events are disjointed and disjointed. I will not read another from this author.

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