Seven Kinds of Hell

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47North, 2013 - Fiction - 362 pages
19 Reviews
Archaeologist Zoe Miller has been running from a haunting secret her whole life. But when her cousin is abducted by a vicious Russian kidnapper, Zoe is left with only one option: to reveal herself.Unknown to even her closest friends, Zoe is not entirely human. She's a werewolf and a daughter of the “Fangborn,” a secretive race of werewolves, vampires, and oracles embroiled in an ancient war against evil.To rescue her cousin, Zoe will be forced to renew family ties and pit her own supernatural abilities against the dark and nefarious foe. The hunt brings Zoe to the edge of her limits, and with the fate of humanity and the Fangborn in the balance, life will be decided by an artifact of world-ending power.

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Review: Seven Kinds of Hell (Fangborn #1)

User Review  - Carrie Baumbach - Goodreads

I just wanna point out, the 3 stars are simply because I liked the first part of the book... The majority gets 2 stars, max. Seven Kinds of Hell started out good. Girl in her mid-twenties is ... Read full review

Review: Seven Kinds of Hell (Fangborn #1)

User Review  - Blood Rose Books - Goodreads

In her first full length book (I understand that there are some short stories within the same world that she has also done, but I have not personally read) in a paranormal series, Dana Camerson takes ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Award-winning author Dana Cameron lives in eastern Massachusetts with her husband and two cats. Cameron, known for her mystery novels and short stories, was short-listed for the Edgar Award in 2010 for "Femme Sole," and earned the Agatha Award in 2011 for "Disarming" and in 2008 for the Fangborn story, "The Night Things Changed." Trained as an archaeologist, Cameron holds a bachelor of arts from Boston University and a doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania. When she's not writing fiction, Cameron enjoys exploring the past and the present through reading, travel, museums, popular culture, and food.

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