Blood Wyne (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Feb 1, 2011 - Fiction - 352 pages
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The D'Artigo sisters have just turned in their badges to the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. Now that they're free agents they're hoping things will be easier, but when you're half-human, half-Fae, things can go astray at the most inopportune times...especially if you're attempting to go undercover and penetrate the underworld of a vamp society on the brink of war.


  

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Review: Blood Wyne (Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon #9)

User Review  - Kathy Davie - Goodreads

Ninth in the Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon urban fantasy series rotating between the three sisters' points-of-view. Based in Seattle, the POV here is from Mennolly. My Take Whoa...big changes in ... Read full review

Review: Blood Wyne (Otherworld #9)

User Review  - Marie - Goodreads

This book was surprisingly good. I've gotten used to average books in this series but I actually really enjoyed this one. We finally got to see Menolly and Nerissa together - I was starting to think ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Yasmine Galenorn knows the Tarot. She has been a professional Tarot reader for ten years and has practiced the Craft since 1980, studying intensively both as a solitary and with others. As a Priestess of Mielikki and Tapio, she has led numerous public and private rituals. Furthermore, she is a multi-talented author, and public speaker, currently residing in Washington with her cats and husband Samwise.
Galenorn holds a degree in Theatrical Management and Creative Writing and has a background in the performing arts. In addition, she has authored several books on the subjects of witchcraft and magic. Including, Trancing the Witch's Wheel, Embracing the Moon, and Dancing With the Sun--all of which have been Llewellyn titles. She also served as key note speaker for a memorial honoring those killed during the Salem Witch Trials and has also appeared on several radio and television shows in the Washington area.

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