Deep Midnight

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Zebra Books, 2001 - Fiction - 478 pages
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THE HOUR WHEN

DREAMS TURN INTO NIGHTMARES...

An opulent Carnivale ball in Venice takes a terrifying turn for book critic Jordan Riley. As festivity turns into frenzy, she is rescued by a powerful man disguised as a wolf. But was what she witnessed really just the evening's entertainment -- or something far more sinister?

...AND PLEASURE BECKONS FROM BEYOND

From a deconsecrated church in Venice to a secret society in New Orleans, Jordan is led on a nightmare journey to the razor's edge of reality. Her mysterious savior is always a shadow behind her. A man whose closeness will both torment and tantalize her as darkness falls -- and an eternal hunger threatens to consume her.

 

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User Review  - gpangel - LibraryThing

This is the third in Shannon Drake's Vampire series. I had the same problem with this book that I had with the last one. It is way too long. The author could have shaved 150 pages off and made the ... Read full review

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User Review  - TinyDancer11 - LibraryThing

I was unaware that this was in a series of three until after I read it. I was a bit bored through some of it, but overall I was entertained. I'm sure I would enjoy it a lot more if I read the other two! Read full review

Contents

PROLOGUE
7
CHAPTER 1
25
CHAPTER 2
51
CHAPTER 3
77
CHAPTER 4
87
CHAPTER 5
111
CHAPTER 6
133
CHAPTER 7
153
CHAPTER 12
253
CHAPTER 13
287
CHAPTER 14
305
CHAPTER 15
323
CHAPTER 16
333
CHAPTER 17
355
CHAPTER 18
379
CHAPTER 19
403

CHAPTER 8
179
CHAPTER 9
201
CHAPTER 10
213
CHAPTER 11
235
CHAPTER 20
419
CHAPTER 21
441
CHAPTER 22
447
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Auteur talentueux et prolifique, Shannon Drake a le privilege de figurer regulierement sur la liste des best-sellers du "New York Times". Apres un premier parcours de comedienne, elle decouvre l'ecriture, et connait une reussite fulgurante: plus de 20 millions de livres vendus, tant historiques que contemporains, traduits en 15 langues et vendus dans le monde entier.

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