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Eileen Rendahl

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Average rating: 3.63 · 3,833 ratings · 533 reviews · 21 distinct worksSimilar authors
Don't Kill The Messenger (M...

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Dead on Delivery (Messenger...

3.75 avg rating — 467 ratings — published 2011 — 5 editions
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Do Me, Do My Roots

3.70 avg rating — 346 ratings — published 2004 — 12 editions
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Un-Bridaled

3.36 avg rating — 307 ratings — published 2006 — 9 editions
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Dead Letter Day (Messenger #3)

3.89 avg rating — 268 ratings — published 2013 — 3 editions
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Balancing in High Heels

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Cover Me in Darkness

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Un-Veiled

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Petals on the Pillow

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“Alex snorted as he packed the wound with sticky rice.

"Is that stuff sterile?" Ted asked, staring at Alex.

"They boil it, don't they?" Alex said, not looking up from what he was doing.

Ted's frown deepened. "That doesn't seem like enough."

"Trust me." Alex looked up now and smiled a little. His voice altered just a little bit, not enough to be a full command voice, but enough to be way more persuasive than any normal person's voice. "It's an old wives' tale, but it works every time.”
Eileen Rendahl, Don't Kill The Messenger

“...it always makes me feel good about myself when I've dressed appropriately. It happens so rarely.”
Eileen Rendahl, Don't Kill The Messenger

“I have this, well, this boo-boo, and Alex says I need sticky rice to treat it." Had I really just referred to the place on my arm that had been ripped open by an undead Chinese zombie vampire thing as a boo-boo? Yep. I had. Apparently having kiang shi toxins race through your system was a little like being drunk. "He says to get it from Zen Toro.”
Eileen Rendahl, Don't Kill The Messenger

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“Alex snorted as he packed the wound with sticky rice.

"Is that stuff sterile?" Ted asked, staring at Alex.

"They boil it, don't they?" Alex said, not looking up from what he was doing.

Ted's frown deepened. "That doesn't seem like enough."

"Trust me." Alex looked up now and smiled a little. His voice altered just a little bit, not enough to be a full command voice, but enough to be way more persuasive than any normal person's voice. "It's an old wives' tale, but it works every time.”
Eileen Rendahl, Don't Kill The Messenger




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