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Virtual Virgin (Delilah Street Series #5)

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  • Posted October 29, 2011

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    an exhilarating thriller

    Paranormal investigator Delilah Street saved the life of her lover Ric Montoya, but apparently he obtained some of her silver skills in the process. The former Fed Ric brought to life Maria, the silver robot from the classic sci fi movie Metropolis (see Silver Zombie). Lilah feels for her rival for Ric's affection as Maria the CinSim robot is a virgin and will remain a virgin forever. Maria is the property of the owner of Metropolis, mysterious albino rock star Snow.

    Ric and his former FBI partner Leonard Tallgrass battle the Immortality Mob, who run a zombie commodity exchange. At the same the powerful demonic drug lords see an opportunity to change Las Vegas into their image with Maria as the engine. While dodging paranormal psychopaths, Lilah and Ric must prevent the demonic take over of Sin City.

    The latest Delilah Street Paranormal Investigator is an exhilarating thriller as the heroine, her lover and his partner battle the wicked in Post-Millennium Revelation Las Vegas. Although it behooves fans to read at least Silver Zombie, Virtual Virgin is a strong action-packed entry yet Carole Nelson Douglas also raises question of ethics and values.

    Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 30, 2011

    Read if you have enjoyed the series so far

    This latest entry in the Deliah Street novels was not my favorite but if you have enjoyed the other books in the series it is certainly worth reading. It relies strongly on you having read and remembered the other books in the series and in no way stands on it's own. However, it is another entertaining trip to Delilah's Vegas and answers some of the questions left hanging in the other stories. I would suggest a quick review of the other books unles you have a better memory for details than I do.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 14, 2011

    Live To Read

    Situated in Las Vegas, the reader can tell that this novel will have plenty of action and excitement. Delilah is the main character and a tough woman. Female readers will appreciate Delilah's strength and confidence throughout the book. She can be a little abrasive at times, but she can also be clever and brave.


    The first words of this novel will have the reader hooked, " Everyone has family issues, but my issues are that I don't have any family." Delilah portrays herself as self-sufficient and the reader will be impresses, a fresh urban fantasy character to look forward to. Delilah is happy, she has a 24-hour partner and is a newly turned vampire. What she's worried about now? The evil machinelike woman who seems to be after Delilah's boyfriend. As Delilah attempts to discover who the woman is, she finds some hidden secrets and new worries as well.


    The author's writing style will draw the reader into the novel. She writes with detail and an undertone of suspense. There is plenty of action to keep the reader occupied, the mystery aspect of the novel is unexpected and contains twists that will keep the reader on his/her toes. There is a chemistry between Delilah and her boyfriend that is very realistic, the reader will believe that they truly love each other. The antagonist keeps the characters running around and the plot moving. This novel is recommended to adult readers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2011

    Another Delilah Street winner for Douglas

    An excellent story with an ingenious way of continuing the overall story-line. When does the next one come out?

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