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Redlaw: Red Eye (Redlaw #2)

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John Redlaw, policeman to the damned, marginalised vampires, comes to America to uncover a devastaing conspiracy. Emigrant vampries are the bane and burden of the modern world, they have few friends and only one defender, Redlaw, a man conflicted in his loyalties to humanity and to justice.

The eastern seaboard of the USA is experiencing the worst winter weather in living m
Paperback, 384 pages
Published September 25th 2012 by Solaris (first published September 23rd 2012)
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David Marshall
Feb 05, 2013 David Marshall rated it really liked it
As with the first in the series, this is great entertainment. For once we have real vampires and proper horror!
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A fun read with just the right measure of brain candy to sail right through it. Not an all time favorite, but definitely a fun series that I hope to see continue to evolve.
Jul 20, 2016 Nigel rated it really liked it
This is the second story featuring John Redlaw and it takes him down a completely different path than the first one. This time we find John a wanted fugitive for his parts in the killings at the end of the book 1, he is ostracised from SHADE and living in a squat. He has also changed sides as he tries to keeps his promise and acts a human shtriga and is doing his best to protect the vampires.
As the net closes in on him however he flees to New York and soon finds himself knee deep in trouble a
Jul 07, 2015 Jaq rated it liked it
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Solid Redlaw tale, with enough action and vampire antics to keep you entertained.

I love Redlaw as a character, but felt with this one he didn't quite grow as far and as much as he had to in the first book.

Still enjoyable enough to keep me entertained!
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