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A Perfect Blood by Kim Harrison
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bookshelves: paranormal

4 1/2 stars It would be best if you are familiar with the series to appreciate the nuances of this book.
Rachel is hiding from the demon world (and Al in particular) so she has virtually handicapped herself and is unable to use the ley lines. A series of murders ensnare Rachel and her colleagues in an investigation that seems to be following a group who are experimenting with creating demons. Rachel may be more of a target than she imagines due to her mixed blood but her determination to risk herself leads her to more hazard than those around her are comfortable with and she ends up needing new allies. She continues to struggle through her relationship with Trent which is colored by her guilt over his lost fingers, her resentment of his father's manipulations and her fascination with his tenderness towards the children he is helping care for. Tink is rebounding from his own losses (although his language is not any cleaner!) and Ivy is dealing with her own relationship issues. In other words, business in the Hollows goes on as usual but the currents swirling in society may cause an irreversible upheaval if certain factions get their way. Another exciting read.

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May 14, 2012 – Finished Reading
May 15, 2012 – Shelved
May 15, 2012 – Shelved as: paranormal

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