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Vampire hunter extraordinaire Anita Blake arrives in Philadelphia to raise a witness from the dead so that his testimony can be taken with the help of Micah, the king of the wereleopards, but she is more fearful of spending time alone with Micah, her former lover, than dealing with a zombie.
Anita flies to St. Louis, where she faces the most difficult zombie raising of her life--and her first night alone with Micah. This original work includes a special preview of Hamilton's upcoming hardcover "Danse Macabre," on sale in July. Original.
Publisher: New York : Jove Books, 2006.
ISBN: 9780786562756
Characteristics: 1 online resource (280 p.)


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Aug 17, 2016

Micah is one of Anita Blake's men. The story mostly focus's on Anita's complicated relationships, this book was enjoyable even though it didn't have many pages.

Jun 12, 2014

After the last novel that topped out at almost 800 pages, this felt like a short story. Good depth into the emotion and psyche of Anita's character. Good introduction into what motivates Micah. Wish there was more plot and less bedroom scenes.

Jul 13, 2011

I didn't mind this novel, although its more like a short story. With all the men Anita has, Micah is quite different and the story isn't so bad.

angry_skull Apr 18, 2011

Finally...a little more story than sex. I get it, Anita loves sex, but seriously it is getting old. Why am I still reading this series? I'm hoping Hamilton gets back to writing a decent story I guess. The formula has become: intro minor mystery (or sex first
), recap, sex, more sex, a little more info on the mystery, sex, (maybe a new power), sex, mystery solved. At least this sex scene (one I know!) was only about five chapters.

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