Dark Wings Descending

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Bold Strokes Books, 2012 - Fiction - 234 pages
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Goodness may appear in many forms; evil need only take one.

The Chicago PD Deviant Data Unit specializes in the dark and cruel aspects of criminal behavior. When a serial killer who leaves his victims oddly posed starts terrorizing the city, Detective Rafe Douglas leads the team tasked to find this sadistic killer. Still recovering from severe injuries sustained in the line of duty, Rafe's tenuous hold on what is real is further tested by someone who wants in on the case and won't take no for an answer.

Private Investigator Ashley Scott experiences the world through unveiled eyes. She alone can see that Hell's inhabitants are breaking free from their confines and are bringing their evil to Earth. She believes the killer isn't human and knows she has to convince Rafe there are more things happening in the Windy City than anyone could possibly realize. Only together can they solve the secrets revealed in the killer's brutal slayings.

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User Review  - Ferox - Goodreads

I nearly didn't read this. Because firstly, paranormal blah, and secondly I'd read another novel by the same author years ago and really REALLY didn't like it. Huzzah for second thoughts. Dark Wings ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Lesley Davis lives in the West Midlands of England. She is a die-hard science-fiction/fantasy fan in all its forms and an extremely passionate gamer. When her Nintendo 3DS is out of her grasp, Lesley can be found seated before the computer writing. Truth Behind The Mask was her first book published with Bold Strokes Books. Since then she has had published Playing Passion's Game, Dark Wings Descending (a Lambda Finalist For Best Lesbian Romance) and Pale Wings Protecting. Lesley has had short stories published in Erotic Interludes 2: Stolen Moments, Erotic Interludes 5: Road Games, Romantic Interludes 2: Secrets, Breathless: Tales of Celebration, and Amor and More - all from Bold Strokes Books.

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