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Cauldron of Iniquity (The Cloak and Dagger #3)

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Known as the Cloak and Dagger, rookie assassins Jenifleur and Thibault have been hired as bodyguards for a temporary job. But in world of high-tech drugs, death is permanent..
Paperback, 448 pages
Published December 1st 1999 by Roc
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Amber Ditullio
Cauldron of Iniquity was actually the first Cloak and Dagger novel I picked up. I got it in the grocery store one day and picked it up because the cover interested me. Being as inattentive as I sometimes have a tendency to be, I didn't realize that it was part of a series until I got it home. But I read it anyway and I was incredibly glad to have done so.

Jen, Thib, Vera and Absolom are back for the third installment of the series. This time, Jen & Thib have been given a bodyguard job for the
This is the 3rd in the Cloak & Dagger series and it doesn't disappoints. Jen and Thibault are out on an easy assignment guarding and old friend of the guildmaster. While her aunt is secretly tagging along with her pet wizard. There is a lot of intrigue, mystery behind the scenes that will keep you guessing to the very end. Be prepared this is last book but it will have wanting more.
this trilogy is in a good category in that they can be enjoyed by teens and adults (i think!) alike. the characters are fun, the dialogue snappy, and the plots interesting, even if the reader can be absolutely certain that everything will turn out alright. always wished the author had done more with the protagonists' romance, but you can't have everything. :)
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Editor and author Anne Lesley Groell is a native New Yorker who grew up on the Upper West Side. She received a B.A. in Biology from Yale University and a M.S. in Developmental Biology from the University of California at Irvine, specializing in limb regeneration in salamanders. Eventually, missing seasons, she returned to the Upper West Side, where she still resides, to become an editor and writer ...more
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