Red Delicious

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Penguin Publishing Group, 2014 - Fiction - 268 pages
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"Meet Siobhan Quinn--half werewolf, half vampire, and completely screwed. After successfully transitioning from being a notorious junkie demon hunter into a notorious werepire hit man, she's become a full-fledged member of the world of horrors. But her initiation into the underbelly of supernatural society hasn't earned her any friends. Not only is she being hounded by a former priest with a vendetta against the undead, but her boss, Mr. B, has no qualms about sending her on missions pretty much guaranteed to end her life...again. When the daughter of a prominent Rhode Island necromancer goes missing, Quinn is given the thankless job of tracking her down before her father finds out and raises (literal) hell. The only problem is that the girl is caught up in something much bigger than a simple vanishing act. Something related to an ancient magical totem so powerful a host of distinctly unsavory folks in three dimensions would kill to get their hands on it. And Quinn's the lucky monster caught in the cross fire..."--

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User Review  - JJbooklvr - LibraryThing

This is the sequel to Blood Oranges. If you liked that one you will enjoy this one as well. Pushing the boundaries of what Urban Fantasy is you can't help rooting for Siobhan, just don't call her by her first name! Read full review

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User Review  - stefferoo - LibraryThing

Even before the first page, I was cracking up at the epigraphs. Okay, maybe it's just the geek in me, but I don't think it's possible to go wrong with a book that quotes "old Asura proverbs" from ... Read full review

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About the author (2014)

Kathleen Tierney is the pseudonym for Caitlin R. Kiernan, the author of nine novels, including Daughter of Hounds, The Red Tree, and The Drowning Girl. She is a four-time nominee for the World Fantasy Award, a three-time nominee for the Shirley Jackson Award, and a nominee for the Nebula Award. Trained as a vertebrate paleontologist, she currently lives in Rhode Island.

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