Pale Demon

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Harper Voyager, 2011 - Cincinnati (Ohio) - 400 pages
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Condemned and shunned for black magic, Rachel Morgan has three days to get to the annual witches' conference and clear her name, or be trapped in the demonic ever-after . . . forever after.

But a witch, an elf, a living vampire, and a pixy in one car going across the country? Talk about a recipe for certain disaster, even without being the targets for assassination.

For after centuries of torment, a fearsome demon walks in the sunlight--freed at last to slay the innocent and devour their souls. But his ultimate goal is Rachel Morgan, and in the fight for survival that follows, even embracing her own demonic nature may not be enough to save her.

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The plot itself was excellent! - LibraryThing
I loved and hated the ending. - LibraryThing
The plot developments left me really wanting more. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - TexasBookLover7 - LibraryThing

4.5 stars. After struggling through Black Magic Sanction I almost didn't read this one but boy am I glad I did! If you love UF with lots of action than this one will keep you entertained. The change of scenery keeps pace moving faster and having Trent in almost every scene is fantastic! Read full review

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User Review  - Deea (Andreea) - Goodreads

*Re-read July 2015* Just as spectacular as the first time - and second time, or however many times - I read it! Or maybe even more so, now that I could just sit back and read at a slower pace ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Kim Harrison was born and raised in the upper Midwest. After gaining her bachelors in the sciences, she moved to South Carolina, where she remained until recently moving back to Michigan because she missed the snow. When not at her desk, she's most likely to be found landscaping her new/old Victorian home, or scouring antique shops to fill it.

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