Bloodshot

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Random House Publishing Group, Jan 25, 2011 - Fiction - 384 pages
31 Reviews
VAMPIRE FOR HIRE
 
Raylene Pendle (AKA Cheshire Red), a vampire and world-renowned thief, doesn’t usually hang with her own kind. She’s too busy stealing priceless art and rare jewels. But when the infuriatingly charming Ian Stott asks for help, Raylene finds him impossible to resist—even though Ian doesn’t want precious artifacts. He wants her to retrieve missing government files—documents that deal with the secret biological experiments that left Ian blind. What Raylene doesn’t bargain for is a case that takes her from the wilds of Minneapolis to the mean streets of Atlanta. And with a psychotic, power-hungry scientist on her trail, a kick-ass drag queen on her side, and Men in Black popping up at the most inconvenient moments, the case proves to be one hell of a ride.


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User Review  - DabOfDarkness - LibraryThing

Cheshire Red is a vampire and an acquisitions expert (thief). Raylene likes that many people assume Cheshire Red is a man and she’s not about to dissuade them, enjoying working in the shadows as she ... Read full review

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User Review  - SadieSForsythe - LibraryThing

A fun, if shallow read. I enjoyed Reylene's OCD self-identified craziness. I loved the drag queen side kick and I thoroughly enjoyed that the vampire love interests was a little broken and vulnerable ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
26
Section 3
55
Section 4
83
Section 5
99
Section 6
133
Section 7
165
Section 8
182
Section 11
250
Section 12
267
Section 13
286
Section 14
317
Section 15
322
Section 16
332
Section 17
339
Section 18
352

Section 9
200
Section 10
226
Section 19
361
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About the author (2011)

Cherie Priest is the author of more than a dozen novels, including the award-winning Clockwork Century series (Boneshaker, Dreadnought, Clementine), the Cheshire Red books (Bloodshot, Hellbent), and The Borden Dispatches (Maplecroft, Chapelwood).

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