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Mortal Sins (Lupi Series #5)

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  • Posted December 27, 2008

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    The latest Agent Yu ┬┐Mortal┬┐ urban fantasy police procedural is refreshed by the family element

    FBI Agent Lily Yu and her soulmate California¿s Nokolai clan werewolf Rule Turner are in North Carolina planning to bring home his son, Toby, who lives with his grandma. While on a wolf run near the Lediolf clan¿s home, he smells death. He follows the scent to a grave containing three corpses and the lingering infection of death magic.<BR/><BR/>Since Agent Lily is already at the crime scene, she is put in charge of the official investigation. Another "death magic" homicide occurs; leading Lily to believe that something new at least to her is the serial killer. Werewolf sorcerer Cullen tells Lily someone has created a deadly wraith, but offers no clues how ends the reign of terror.<BR/><BR/>The latest Agent Yu ¿Mortal¿ urban fantasy police procedural is refreshed by the family element and by a unique serial killer who the FBI operative, her werewolf significant other and the sorcerer have no earthly idea how to defeat it. Thus solving the whodunit turns out relatively easy while solving how to prevent further deaths proves seemingly impossible. Eileen Wilks provides a strong entry in her Yu thrillers (see MORTAL DANGER).<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted January 28, 2009

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    Mortal Sins by Eileen Wilks

    I just adore Eileen Wilks' Lupi series. "Mortal Sins" is book five and heroine Lily Yu is the best. She's a take-charge, don't take crap, stand up for what's right regardless of the cost kinda gal...and she has one of the sexiest four-to-two-legged wolf guys you'll ever read about. This is one series that just keeps getting bigger and better.<BR/><BR/>Lily and Rule are in North Carolina on a personal vacation. Rule is about to finally get custody of his son--a son who will likely one day become the Rho of the Nokolai clan. While on a four-legged run, Rule scents something bad. Death magic. After a quick confirmation by Lily, she's put in charge of the case in her capacity as an agent of the FBI Magical Crimes Division. But this small town may not be big enough for death magic, a custody battle, wraiths, werewolves, bigots, and murder. <BR/><BR/>I'm not going to try to explain this series if you haven't been reading it. I will tell you that it's a mix of sizzling sex, magic, dragons, Chinese lore, Wiccans, werewolves, Voodoo, and a bunch of other wild things that Wilks' somehow manages to combine into a seamless series of mysteries with romance, action, suspense, and even a bit of humor at times. Where else will you find a series that has one hero who is a werewolf magician former-stripper? Yeah...this is the only one I can think of too.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 19, 2012

    Must read

    Eileen continues to build the rich culture of the post turn United States in this page turner. To anyone new to the series this one will get you hooked. To anyone already hooked this one will give you your fix and leave you begging fot the next one.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 13, 2009

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    Love Eileen Wilks World of Lupi Series

    The 5th novel of the Lupi series did not disappoint. My favorites are still Blood Lines and Night Season. I am eagerly awaiting another Lily & Rule novella in Inked, and then a full novel in February!! I cannot get enough of Lily & Rule, and Cynna and Cullen!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2013

    Wonderful

    An excellent, absorbing book in an outstanding series. Sympathetic chatacters in a compellingly believable world.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2009

    I loved the book!!

    Eileen Wilks books are the best. I was so into it.

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  • Posted April 6, 2009

    Mortal Sins

    Eileen Wilks' series is a wonderful read! As Rule and Lily's story arc continues to grow the reader just falls in love with the characters all over again! Mortal Sins is a page turner and when the last word is read, fans will be crossing fingers for a quick next book release.

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  • Posted March 30, 2009

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    Werewolf, magic, witches, and thrills

    Good book for wewolves, magic, witches and thrills that are in a good plot, with good characters, and I love the series.

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