The Darkness: A Vampire Huntress Legend

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St. Martin's Press, Feb 5, 2008 - Fiction - 400 pages
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After the battle at Masada, the Neteru team returns to San Diego believing forty-thousand demons had been eradicated and that Lilith's spawn has been killed. But somehow the treacherous little creature got away. Just as had been prophesized at the dawn of the Armageddon, the anti-Christ has been born and will soon rise to power.

Rewarded for her creation, Lilith is given the daylight bite and power to make Councilmen day-walkers. Having Fallon Nuit and Sebastian able to withstand sunlight is a huge problem, especially when they are adding new master vampires at recordbreaking levels. Meanwhile the dark realms are healing and adding to what had previously been wiped out—feeding off the dark energy of the newly created anti-christ who is only waiting to emerge.

 

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Another great book by L. A. Banks

User Review  - Overstock.com

This was just another great book in her Vampire Huntress series. Plenty of action historical references cultural references religious references and romance. She really knows how to keep you on your toes waiting for her next book release. Read full review

10th is the charm for the VHL Series

User Review  - zumbi1030 - Borders

LA banks takes the Vampire Huntress series to a new height in her 10th installment " The Darkness". If you enjoy action with a side of seduction this book has it all. The Guardian Team faces new and ... Read full review

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Contents

Prologue
1
Part I ENEMY OF MY ENEMY IS MY FRIEND
15
Part II WE AINT HAVING IT
115
Part III PRAYER
175
Part IV TAKE NO PRISONERS
275
Epilogue
324
The Thirteenth
329
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L. A. BANKS is the author of the Vampire Huntress Legend series and the Crimson Moon Novels. She had a bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business and a master's in fine arts from Temple University. Banks considered herself a shape-shifter. She wrote romance, women's fiction, crime and suspense, and of course, dark vampire huntress lore. She lived with her daughter in an undisclosed lair somewhere in Philadelphia.

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