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Pack of Lies by Laura Anne Gilman
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Jan 20, 11

bookshelves: ebook, netgalley
Read in December, 2010

The second book of the Paranormal Scene Investigations series (after Hard Magic) finds Bonita Torres and the Private Unaffiliated Paranormal Investigations (PUPI) team still settling down months after the events of their last case. Tensions between people - both with Talent and those without - and the Fatae has never been that settled, but an attack on a young woman with her Fatae companion, which results in the death of one of the attackers, quickly devolves from an open-and-shut case to one that will challenge everyone's notion of who is telling the truth. Especially when dealing with a magical creature that cannot tell a lie.

Neither the Cosa nor the Fatae seem too concerned about pursuing the facts any further, so it is up to Bonnie and her "pack" to determine what actually happened. As Bonnie continues to deal with her growing connection with Ben Venec, one that challenges her senses on all levels, the PUPI team pits their talents - and Talent - against the walls of silent victims, secret plans and increasing resentments between races. This time PUPI is brought a case that could destroy any chance they have to continue operating, or one that may finally prove their worth.

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