Bleeding Out by Jes Battis

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Battis had toned down the technical references and long winded descriptions that overwhelmed in his earlier books but it is back in full confusing force here.
-Smexy Books

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From the author of Infernal Affairs comes a story of murder. mayhem, and demon relations. Is this really the vacation Tess was looking for?

Though she’s on leave from the Occult Special Investigations squad, Tess Corday is still grappling with her own personal mysteries. But finding out the truth about her demonic heritage has been more difficult than she expected. Plus, her unauthorized investigation into an addictive new vampire street drug is driving a stake between her and her undead boyfriend.
 
Then Vancouver’s premier necromancer turns up dead. Tess suspects that the cases are related. And her suspicions will lead her into a paranormal showdown that can—and will—change the course of her life forever.

 

About Jes Battis

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Canadian Jes Battis is from Vancouver, but for the academic year 2007-2008, will be living in New York City and teaching at Hunter College. Jes is an academic, with a concentration in English and Pop Culture Studies, who has had two books published, one on Buffy The Vampire Slayer and one on Farscape.
 
Published May 29, 2012 by Ace. 250 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Critic reviews for Bleeding Out
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Night Owl Sci-Fi

Excellent
Reviewed by Lilyraines on Sep 12 2012

Bleeding Out is an edge of the seat ride that keeps the reader guessing through the end.

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Smexy Books

Below average
Reviewed by Tori on Jun 13 2012

Battis had toned down the technical references and long winded descriptions that overwhelmed in his earlier books but it is back in full confusing force here.

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A Book Obsession

Below average
Reviewed by Kt Clapsadl on Sep 13 2012

No character is left hanging, but at the same time, the pace of the book is so comfortable that the reader doesn't feel any urgency

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