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Demon Hunting in the Deep South by Lexi George
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Jul 31, 12

Read in July, 2012

Y'all. This book. Okay, not to be too spoiler-y, but seriously. There is an episode with and ex-stripper, a trailer, and an injudicious application of bacon grease. If that isn't enough, there's a belle from hell who gets herself offed and proceeds into afterlife therapy, which is apparently a lot like real life therapy in that if the patient is not an active participant then they don't progress. Because she is one bitchy ghost.

There are the usual PNR suspects: hot warrior men, demons, faeries, and a heroine who underestimates herself. But the telling of the tale is southern fried hilarious. In fact, I missed the first one but went back to order it as soon as I finished this one. If you are an urban fantasy/paranormal fan, the elements that attract you to the genre are all here. If you're not, I think you could still enjoy this book.

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