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Publisher Description

“Kick-ass were-coyote auto mechanic Mercedes Thompson” (Publishers Weekly) has leapt to the forefront of today’s urban fantasy heroes, thanks to bestselling author Patricia Briggs. Now, Mercy finds herself in the middle of a bloodbath—with only one way out...

Mercy has friends in low places—and in dark ones. And now she owes one of them a favor. Since she can shapeshift at will, she agrees to act as some extra muscle when her vampire friend Stefan goes to deliver a message to another of his kind. But this new vampire is hardly ordinary—and neither is the demon inside of him.

When the undead and the werewolves sent to find him don’t return, the local vampire queen turns to Mercy for help. A coyote is no match for a demon, but Mercy is determined to get her friends back—including the two werewolves circling around her heart.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2007
January 30
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
304
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Publishing Group
SELLER
PENGUIN GROUP USA, INC.
SIZE
1.8
MB

Customer Reviews

Savvy Apper ,

Great sequel

The Mercy Thompson series really hits its stride with this sequel to Moon Called. Werewolves took center stage in the first book, and now the vampires get their turn. The characters are richly developed, and the plot is tighter. The writing overall improved from good to great. The romance aspect is still present but gets minor page-time. This is the book that really got me hooked on this series.

CoastyST2 ,

Attention grabber

I normally do not like what I call bodice ripper books but this one is a heart stopper. The second book in the series builds character development to the point your head stops remembering the people who fill your head are not real.

Your heart becomes engaged and you want the heroes to win and when sometimes one of the good guys dies just like in real life you mourn for them. This is the result of a true wordsmiths work, total suspension of disbelief!

Please allow me to recommend this author for an excellent time of entertainment!

Lmaxsmith ,

Great

An excellent book. I think this is where Briggs' writing really took off. I couldn't get my mind off of it even when I wasn't reading.

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