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Random House Publishing Group, May 31, 2005 - Fiction - 528 pages
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Eve Levine — half-demon, black witch and devoted mother — has been dead for three years. She has a great house, an interesting love life and can’t be killed again — which comes in handy when you’ve made as many enemies as Eve. Yes, the afterlife isn’t too bad — all she needs to do is find a way to communicate with her daughter, Savannah, and she’ll be happy.

But fate — or more exactly, the Fates — have other plans. Eve owes them a favor, and they’ve just called it in. An evil spirit called the Nix has escaped from hell. She feeds on chaos and death, and is very good at persuading people to kill for her. The Fates want Eve to hunt her down before she does any more damage, but the Nix is a dangerous enemy — previous hunters have been driven insane in the process. As if that’s not problem enough, the only way to stop her is with an angel’s sword. And Eve is no angel. . . .

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User Review  - Lauren2013 - LibraryThing

Haunted 3 Stars As a half-demon / half-witch, Eve Levine lived her life in the fast lane with little care for the consequences of her actions. Now that she is dead, not much has changed. When the ... Read full review

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User Review  - kateminasian - LibraryThing

At this point, I've read quite a few of the Women of the Otherworld series (a little out of order) and I have to say that Haunted is my least favorite one. While I enjoyed the opportunity to get to ... Read full review

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Page 23 - Fate reached into the air and pulled out a sheet of paper. "This is a list of books— "Books?

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Kelley Armstrong lives in Ontario with her family. She is the author of four previous Women of the Otherworld novels Bitten, Stolen, Dime Store Magic, and Industrial Magic.

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