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Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison
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Nov 15, 2007

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Recommended for: Fans of light supernatural mystery fiction
Read in November, 2007

This book wasn't deep and meaningful or the Great Canadian/American Novel, but it was a light, enjoyable read.

Start with a witch who leaves the equivalent of the faery world's FBI to go out on her own, in partnership with a vampire and a pixy. The FBI-equivalent puts a price on her head, so that pretty much everyone in the faery world (other witches, fairies, vampires, weres, a demon, you name it) are trying to kill her to collect the reward, while the rich criminal she's trying to catch wants to recruit her to work for him. Lots of action and little twists.

And tomatoes are Teh Evol. (But I won't reveal anything more, just, you know, for the suspense and stuff.)

Anyway, an enjoyable read. A nice book for the bus. I'll be checking out the other Kim Harrison books with the same characters.

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