The sight of the blood covered fangs exploded from her deep memory like a ball
through a plate glass window. The man had bitten Bobby, torn into him like a barbequed rib on the Fourth of July.
Vampires. Vam-pires. Real live—er, dead (undead?)—bloodsucking vampires, living in the City of Angels. Madison Rose, a street-smart twenty-something waitress would never have believed it—until a vampire thwarts a vicious attack against her by appearing in the nick of time and finishing off her assailant in one tasty bite.
Madison has been saved by the vampires—or has she? She learns that women have been going missing; their lifeless bodies turning up drained of blood. Now the murderer is after her. As the violence escalates, Madison, LAPD Detective Notchey, and a cadre of alluring and dangerous vampires search for the true killer—while Madison keeps a wary eye on the skittish and thirsty vampires. Will she survive to see the light of day?
"Like Stuart Kaminsky, Jaffarian juggles her franchises deftly, giving each a unique voice and appeal. Her latest series kickoff may be her best yet, blending supernatural sexy with down-to-earth sassy."
"Though Madison is no Sookie Stackhouse, she's definitely a keeper."
"It will no doubt appeal to many paranormal mystery fans. . .[Murder in Vein] is recommended for its likable characters and intriguing plot."
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Odelia Gray (Corpse on the Cob, 2010, etc.) and Granny Apples (Ghost à la Mode, 2009) have a new cousin: Madison Rose, a human living in Los Angeles’s twilight world of vampires.| Read Full Review of Murder in Vein (A Madison Ros...
As soon as the main character stands up for herself and starts engaging the events she’s found herself in the middle of on her own terms, the whole book improves greatly.Fans of Sue Ann Jaffrian’s chubby heroine of the Odelia Grey Mystery series might find the too-frequent mentions of how young a...Sep 01 2010 | Read Full Review of Murder in Vein (A Madison Ros...
Madison interacts with a wide variety of people, some vampires and some wanna-be vampires.| Read Full Review of Murder in Vein (A Madison Ros...
Somehow, helping vampires catch a rogue of their own isn’t quite what Madison Rose had in mind when she left Boise for L.A.Jul 12 2010 | Read Full Review of Murder in Vein (A Madison Ros...
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