A Rush of Wings: Book One of The Maker's Song

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Simon and Schuster, Jan 8, 2008 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Dark. Talented. Beautiful. Star of the rock band Inferno. Rumored owner of the hot New Orleans nightspot Club Hell. Born of the Blood, then broken by an evil beyond imagination.


F.B.I. Special Agent Heather Wallace has been tracking a sadistic serial murderer known as the Cross Country Killer, and the trail has led her to New Orleans, Club Hell, and Dante. But the dangerously attractive musician not only resists her investigation, he claims to be "nightkind": in other words, a vampire. Digging into his past for answers reveals little. A juvenile record a mile long. No social security number. No known birth date. In and out of foster homes for most of his life before being taken in by a man named Lucien DeNoir, who appears to guard mysteries of his own.


What Heather does know about Dante is that something links him to the killer -- and she's pretty sure that link makes him the CCK's next target. Heather must unravel the truth about this sensual, complicated, vulnerable young man -- who, she begins to believe, may indeed be a vampire -- in order to finally bring a killer to justice. But Dante's past holds a shocking, dangerous secret, and once it is revealed not even Heather will be able to protect him from his destiny....

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Dante's Inferno

User Review  - Kitkat3ny - Borders

One of the most tragic books I've read this year. I really enjoyed this book. Agent Heather Wallace has been tracking a serial killer for 3yrs across country. When she tracks him down to the The Big ... Read full review

A Rush Of Brilliance!

User Review  - Coltons Mommy - Borders

This book is simply amazing. Once I started reading it I could barely bring myself to put it down. I would recomend this book to anyone. Read full review

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Adrian Phoenix lives in Oregon with her three cats and travels to New Orleans whenever possible.

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