Living with the Dead

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Random House of Canada, Oct 21, 2008 - Fiction - 384 pages
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The men and women of the Otherworld – witches, werewolves, demons, vampires – live unseen among us. Only now a reckless killer has torn down the wall, trapping one very human woman in the supernatural crossfire.

Robyn moved to LA after her husband died to try to put some distance between herself and the life they had together. And the challenges of her job as the PR consultant to a Paris Hilton wannabe are pretty distracting. But then her celebutante is gunned down in a night club, and Robyn is suddenly the prime suspect. The two people most determined to clear her are her old friend, the half-demon tabloid reporter Hope Adams, and a homicide detective with an uncanny affinity for the dead.

Soon Robyn finds herself in the heart of a world she never even knew existed – and which she was safer knowing nothing about . . .

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User Review  - RebeccaClareSmith - LibraryThing

This was a fantastic twist in the Otherworld series. Humans thrown into the fray made the book an even more compelling read than usual. I felt really connected to Robyn and loved the different paranormal characters trying to keep her alive. Read full review

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User Review  - CCleveland - LibraryThing

3.5*s. Not my favorite in the series but still a decent enough read. There are a lot of different POV in this one and with the short chapters I felt like it was the literary equivalent of shaky-cam ... Read full review

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Kelley Armstrong lives in rural Ontario with her husband, three children and far too many pets. She is the author of nine bestselling Women of the Otherworld novels, as well as a crime series featuring female hitwoman Nadia Stafford, and a young adult trilogy, Darkest Powers.

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