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Crimson Death

Crimson Death

In Crimson Death, the twenty-fifth Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, adventure by Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling author Laurell K. Hamilton, Anita is tested like never before in a showdown that will delight readers of Charlaine Harris and Anne Rice.

‘Hamilton is still thrilling fans…with her amazing multifaceted characters and intricate multilayered world, a mix of erotic romance, crime-drama, and paranormal/fantasy fiction’ Library Journal

My name is Anita Blake. I’m a vampire hunter and necromancer, and I’m about to learn that evil is in the eye of the beholder…

I’ve never seen Damian, my vampire servant, in such a state. The rising sun doesn’t usher in the peaceful death that he desperately needs. Instead, he’s being bombarded with violent nightmares and blood sweats.

Damian is at his most vulnerable, but now is the time I need him most. The vampire who created him, who subjected him to centuries of torture, might be losing control, allowing rogue vampires to run wild and break one of their kind’s few strict taboos.

Some say love is a great motivator, but hatred gets the job done, too. I’m joining forces with my friend Edward to stop the carnage, and Damian will be at our side, even if it means travelling back to the land where all his nightmares spring from… a place that couldn’t be less welcoming to a vampire, an assassin and a necromancer.

Ireland.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 11th October 2016

Price: £19.99

ISBN-13: 9781472241740

Reviews

'Hamilton remains one of the most inventive and exciting writers in the paranormal field'
Charlaine Harris
'Anita Blake is one of the most fascinating fictional heroines since Scarlett O'Hara'
<i>Publishers Weekly</i>
'What The Da Vinci Code did for the religious thriller, the Anita Blake series has done for the vampire novel'
<i>USA Today</i>
'A hardcore guilty pleasure'
<i>The Times</i>