Vixen by Lynnette D'Anna

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Elegant and edgy, vixen is a tense tango cutting through the jungle of the urban underground. Exploding the myth of deviance while battling the demons of obsession and deception, lust and loneliness, the title character dances between the spaces of her mind and the places on earth where all is not as it appears to be. The sudden death of a junkie on a full-moon weekend and a mysterious murder-suicide leave vixen abandoned, betrayed and searching for her identity. Urged on by the ruminations of a whisky-addled guitar player, she sets out on her quest, accompanied by a chain-smoking private dick and her trusty companion Lizard. Pursued by the all-knowing, all-seeing, yet unseen Judge, their escape is driven to its fated and shocking conclusion.

About Lynnette D'Anna

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Lynnette D'anna is a vagabond who has lived in Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto and Saskatoon after surviving childhood in the bible-belt of South-Eastern Manitoba. She is a sometimes-poet and author of the contemporary fictions vixen (2001) and fool's bells (1999) -- both published by Insomniac Press; Belly Fruit (2000) and RagTimeBone (1994) -- published by New Star Books; and sing me no more -- published by Press Gang in 1992. Her coming-of-age novel, RagTimeBone, is also published in German as a YA fiction for lesbian and gay youth by Arguement Press based in Hamburg, Germany.
Published October 1, 2001 by Insomniac Pr. 240 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lynnette D'anna (fool's bells, etc.) continues to peer into dark corners of the human psyche in vixen, but her themes have lost most of their power to shock.

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Fiction Vixen

Sophia founded Fiction Vixen in 2009 because she is an avid reader of urban fantasy, paranormal, historical and contemporary romance and she wanted to talk about her obsession.

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Fiction Vixen

River Road by Suzanne Johnson is the second book in the Sentinels of New Orleans series.

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Fiction Vixen

I read a ton of ongoing series, in fact most of my books are probably connected to a series in some way.

Oct 08 2012 | Read Full Review of Vixen

Fiction Vixen

I did enjoy Maya Banks’ writing style in this book – fast paced, not heavy on wordy language or overly descriptive scenery which I find can sometimes happen in the Highlander genre and for me slows a book down too much for my liking.

Sep 28 2012 | Read Full Review of Vixen

Fiction Vixen

Christian is over the top concerned about Ana and Ana is resistant, as always.

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Fiction Vixen

I found it a bit surprising that Anna seemed to be so completely over her past issues (even up til the last book), but I suppose she had to step into the role of the rock while Charles struggled.

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