Dead Harvest: Discreet Demolitions
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Dead Harvest: Discreet Demolitions (Discreet Demolitions #1)

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Someone’s been raising the dead and it’s J’s job to find out who. As a detective operating in the Underworld, J—with her powers of shadow manipulation—is uniquely equipped for the job. What she isn't counting on is the help of an escapee from a mental institution who seems to attract trouble just by existing.

It’s up to J and T—two very unlikely allies—to find the necromanc...more
Paperback, 182 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by Createspace
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Katrina Tinnon
I really enjoyed this book. It was light-hearted, and fun to read. You would think most books with dealings of the Underworld would be dark and deadly, but this one is refreshing.

J and T are complete opposites. J is strung tight, shows no emotion, and can be kind of a bitch. T is freaking nuts. She doesn't seem to understand the way things work in the world. T kind of bends her mama's rules to whatever situation she is in. The one thing she is passionate about is cleaning. I've never seen a char...more
Maghon Thomas
Let me start by saying my mystery fans will LOVE this one! I swear it plays out like a mystery novel, but with the supernatural as the characters. It has such an interesting take on the zombie outfit as well. You are introduced to the two main characters in the most unique ways. T, who is locked up in a high security mental institution, just wants to prove to herself that she’s not crazy, and J, our magical detective, who just wants to solve this crazy case of zombies on the loose! I also find t...more
Jennifer Treviño
I was gifted this book by the author for an honest review, & while I am a huge fan of paranormal books I have not read many spotlighting zombies (or as J adamantly reminds us "Reanimates".) The main characters Tiramisu "T" & J are my favorites! They are complete opposites, & T drives J crazy (but so does everyone else)! What a great play on opposites attracting! =D There are plenty of other characters to keep you entertained as well including the humans (who are pretty clueless to al...more
Rachel Marks


I always love finding out about new authors, and Jeanette Battista and Tracey Phillips did not dissapoint with Dead Harvest. When I was given the opportunity to read and review this book for their blog tour I could not wait to get my hands on it because the description sounded so intriguing.

The concept that Battista and Phillips created for this book is a great one. While there are other paranormal books out there about zombies (or “reanimates” as they are called in Dead Harvest) this one is com...more
Reeses
Dead Harvest was definitely different than anything else I have ever read. The characters were extremely well developed and written. Each with their own back story and personality that made the story worth reading. There is a lot of action and the character point of view changes regularly to get each characters view of the events.

I had a hard time getting into this novel at the beginning. Many of the characters past and theplot felt all over the place. However, after reading a bit longer I got...more
Holly
Pretty good book! I liked the characters a lot and the style of the book was a bit different then the norm.
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Jeanette Battista graduated with an English degree with a concentration in medieval literature which explains her possibly unhealthy fixation on edged weapons and cathedral architecture. She spent a summer in England and Scotland studying the historical King Arthur, which did nothing to curb her obsession. To satisfy her adrenaline cravings—since sword fighting is not widely accepted in these mode...more
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