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Midnight Alley by Rachel Caine
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Jul 25, 12

bookshelves: audio, paranormal, part-of-a-series, urban-fantasy, young-adult, reviewed
Read from July 06 to 19, 2012

Midnight Alley is the 3rd installment of the Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine.

In this book Claire finds herself in yet another vampire pickle. In a bid to protect her friends she has done the unthinkable, as far as Shane and Eve are concerned. She has accepted protection from Amelie, the most powerful vampire alive, not alive (I don't know). Of course, this protection comes at a price, like any deal you make with the devil. Vampire politics are far more reaching and sadistic than human ones (and that's saying a lot). Caught up in a power struggle, dead people are showing up left and right at the doorstep (literally) of Glass House. An illness has been discovered that is making vampires crazy and will eventually kill them all off. This is a good thing, right? Not as far as good old Claire is concerned. Afterall, one of her best friends, Michael, is a vampire. She just can't set back and watch him die.

Cynthia Holloway does another great job narrating these characters. She's not my favorite, but she does a very good job. It's an easy story to follow and she has a nice way of bringing the characters to life.

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