Undead and Unemployed by MaryJanice Davidson

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Synopsis

Being royally undead isn't all it's cracked up to be--there are still bills to be paid. Luckily, new Queen of the Vampires Betsy Taylor lands her dream job selling designer shoes at Macy's.

But when a string of vampire murders hits St. Paul, Betsy must enlist the help of the one vamp who makes her blood boil: the oh-so-sexy Sinclair. Now, she's really treading on dangerous ground--high heels and all.

 


 

About MaryJanice Davidson

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MaryJanice Davidson has been credited with starting paranormal chick lit. She is the author of the Undead series and Me, Myself and Why? Her books have been listed on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists, and she lists her goals as “Working for world peace, figuring out how to make potstickers, and speaking at writer and reader conferences around the world.” She lives in Minnesota.
 
Published August 3, 2004 by Berkley. 308 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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Posted July 10, 2004Elizabeth (Betsy) Taylor is still undead -- she's given up .

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The Best Reviews

Elizabeth (Betsy) Taylor is still undead -- she's given up .

Aug 03 2004 | Read Full Review of Undead and Unemployed

Love Vampires

When Betsy herself becomes a target for the vampire slayers she treats the problem slightly more seriously.

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Love Vampires

Lately (with the exception of Undead and Uneasy) the thin plots have been stretched to breaking point and as I read Undead and Unworthy I imagined I could hear an audible snap.

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