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The Unlikeable Demon Hunter : Need Book Cover The Unlikeable Demon Hunter : Need
Nava Katz #3
Deborah Wilde
urban fantasy
Te Da Media

Less Hopelessly Devoted, more Worse Things I Could Do.

Nava is hot on the heels of a demonic serial killer and finally working with her brother. The assignment should be a dream come true, not a nightmarish power struggle made worse by her twin's refusal to believe there's corruption within the Brotherhood. Nava is determined to find proof of their dirty dealings, even as she risks irrefutably breaking her sibling bond.

Speaking of clocking annoying males upside the head... Nava is also totally over smoking hot rock star and fellow hunter Rohan Mitra. There is a veritable buffet of boy options out there, and this girl is now all-you-can-eat. So when her demon hunt brings her first love, Cole, back into her life, her revenge fantasies for closure-on all fronts-are a go. Except neither her old wounds nor her new ones are as healed as she believes.

Still, she's got work to do:
Brotherhood: unmask.
Demons: slaughter.
Guy problems: terminate with extreme prejudice

And our kicking butt heroine just keeps on giving – great stories and ways to catch those sneaky demons! And keep those hot boys on their toes – not to mention deal with that misogynistic Brotherhood.

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Dark is the hidden

The Darkest Secret Book Cover The Darkest Secret
Alex Marwood
crime, thriller, mystery, psychological

Apologies for the general email, but I desperately need your help. My goddaughter, Coco Jackson, disappeared from her family's holiday home in Bournemouth on the night of Sunday/Monday August 29/30th, the bank holiday weekend just gone. Coco is three years old. When identical twin Coco goes missing during a family celebration, there is a media frenzy. Her parents are rich and influential, as are the friends they were with at their holiday home by the sea. But what really happened to Coco? Over two intense weekends - the first when Coco goes missing and the second twelve years later at the funeral of her father - the darkest of secrets will gradually be revealed... Taut, emotive and utterly compelling, an unputdownable 'ripped from the headlines' novel that you will want to talk about with everyone you know.

Yes, it’s true, Madeline McCann has, sort of, been involved in the concept of this story-line – not that the book attempts to write her story, but rather the idea of a 3 year old child going missing and never being found despite intensive and extensive searches is.

The father is truly a horrible man and you realise why he has so many wives and yet, when it comes down to it, he has a lot of power that he wields to his own benefit despite what it might do to others, including his family.

i enjoyed the way the narrative went from past to present – which is a conceit that id currently being used by many writers as they move the story along through different eyes and different times. Truth is definitely in the eye of the beholder in this story and it takes for the reader to be able to distinguish these truths from reality. and so it hooks the reader in and keeps you reading. The ending has twists you may not guess, which is always, for me, a sign of a good plot.

A well crafted novel. And an author to read.


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