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Dead Man Rising (Dante Valentine Series #2)
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Dead Man Rising (Dante Valentine Series #2)

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by Lilith Saintcrow
 

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"Dark fantasy has a new heroine."
—- SFX

When the dead call, she answers.

Bounty hunting is a helluva job, but it pays the bills. And it lets Necromance Dante Valentine forget her issues—-like struggling with her half-demon side and the memory of her lover's death.

Now psychics all over the city are being savagely murdered—-and a

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Dead Man Rising (Dante Valentine Series #2) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 78 reviews.
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PB/Urban Fantasy: Book 2 of the Dante Valentine series.This book was a poor sequel to the first book "Working For The Devil". Even though she has more cash than she can ever spend, she didn't quit her day job, bounty hunting. This series takes place in the future so it's like a anti-Stephanie Plum in an Eve Dallas setting, oh yeah, with demons. Dante gets a job by the police and she and her sidekick Jace go off to solve some murders. Sounds good....well, it's not. The first part of the book was how Dante lives her life without Japhrimel. I had to fast forward over her massage therapy and fight training to get over her depression. There is constant references to Japhrimel, her aching shoulder, she never has to work again, and her immortality. By the time we get to the morgue, I tired. The author constantly has one piece of dialog with two or three paragraphs of a description of how what the person said made Dante feel. OMG: I had to start skipping paragraphs and start looking for quotation marks to find an answer to a simple question. There was no real dialog or banter. I hated it. Then when Japhrimel does show up, it sounds like he may be a apparition of her mind. I LOVED THE FIRST BOOK SO MUCH! What happened? The first book had a better plot, betrayal, lust, and a hole lot of Lucifer.
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