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Staying Dead (Retrievers Series #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2009

    Great read

    This is a great series to get into, it's set in everyday life and is written great so that you can almost believe it is real.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2005

    Awesome book.

    This is an amazing book, beautifully written. A must read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2004

    Teriffic romantic fantasy

    In a world in which most people believe that magic doesn¿t exist, there remains a sub-culture of Talent thriving. These folks use their powers in a way that keeps them hidden from the unbelievers. Wren Valere is a Retriever, a talent who locates things that have been missing for people who do not want the police involved. She returns the missing object to its owner for a fee negotiated by her partner and agent Sergei Didier. Both Sergei and Wren are loners who make a very good team professionally and personally even though neither wants to admit their feelings for one another.<P> A cornerstone with a spell of protection has been stolen from the Fronts building and the owner wants to get it back. Wren and Sergei intend to retrieve it from the collector who hired a rogue mage to steal the spell. Before they can accomplish the deed, they also must deal with a ghost that was freed when the spell was stolen. If Sergei and Wren want to collect their fee, they have to stop the runaway spirit, who is intent on revenge<P> Fans of Laurell K. Hamilton, Tanya Huff and Mercedes Lackey are going to love STAYING DEAD, a romantic fantasy that stirs the senses and creates a story that is both fulfilling and magical (no pun intended). Laura Anne Gilman makes the reader believe that magic exists and creatures of myth and legend inhabit the earth. It will be very hard to wait for the next Retriever¿s novel coming in the summer of 2005 because Laura Anne Gilman has cast quite a spell on readers.<P> Harriet Klausner

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