“With a heroine as sharp as a stake and slick as a silver bullet, Laurell K. Hamilton sucks you into her fascinating world like a vampire’s kiss.”—J. D. Robb
Danger makes the world go ‘round in Laurell K. Hamilton’s bestselling novels. Just ask Anita Blake, vampire hunter. Right now, her problems lie with her ex-fiancé—a werewolf who just got arrested on an assault charge. His guilt or innocence is not the issue. The fact that there’s a full moon on the rise is. . . .
Praise for the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Novels
“An R-rated Buffy the Vampire Slayer . . . the action never stops.”—The New York Review of Science Fiction
Laurell Kaye Hamilton was born Laurell Kaye Klein in Heber Springs, Arkansas but grew up in Sims, Indiana with her grandmother Laura Gentry. Her education includes degrees in English and biology from Marion College (now called Indiana Wesleyan University). She is an American fantasy and romance writer that is best known as the author of two series of stories.
Her New York Times-bestselling Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter series centers on Anita Blake, a professional zombie raiser, vampire executioner and supernatural consultant for the police, which includes novels, short story collections, and comic books. Six million copies of Anita Blake novels are in print. Her Merry Gentry series centers on Meredith Gentry, Princess of the Unseelie court of Faerie, a private detective facing repeated assassination attempts.
Hamilton is involved with a number of animal charities, particularly supporting dog rescue efforts and wolf preservation. She currently lives in St. Louis County, Missouri, with her daughter Trinity, and husband Jonathon Green whom she married in 2001.
skip to the 8th book in the series. anita's still struggling with her prudishness. very interesting about all the lycanthropes. plus, you've got the adventure of saving someone in there too, and dealing with local hillbilly type personas, as they move from their usual city venue in this book. anita's powers are growing...
Iíve been slowly picking away at the Anita Blake series. This book had lots of villains, or enemies of Anita. It seemed that no one liked her in this book, or if they were her friend, she alienated them at some point. Iím not sure if the numerous villains were to add suspense which it only made more confusing, or to throw us off of the main villain which it didnít. I was sad to see Richardís family get dragged into their world, I liked the wholesomeness of him and them. Richard had become very whinny, but it seemed Jean-Claude had that role in this book, what little there was of him. Asher is a great character and I hope to read more about him.
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