A Perfect Blood (Rachel Morgan Series #10)

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Ritually murdered corpses are appearing across Cincinnati, terrifying amalgams of human and other.

Pulled in by the FIB to help investigate, former witch-turned-day-walking demon Rachel Morgan soon realizes a horrifying truth: others want to create their own demons, and to do so they need her blood.

She’s faced vampires, witches, werewolves, demons, and more—but this time Rachel’s toughest challenge might be ...

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Overview

Ritually murdered corpses are appearing across Cincinnati, terrifying amalgams of human and other.

Pulled in by the FIB to help investigate, former witch-turned-day-walking demon Rachel Morgan soon realizes a horrifying truth: others want to create their own demons, and to do so they need her blood.

She’s faced vampires, witches, werewolves, demons, and more—but this time Rachel’s toughest challenge might be humanity itself.

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At locations throughout Cincinnati, a hate group is creating a ghoulish new variety of body art: fleshy collages of ritually mutilated corpse parts. Former witch, now day-walking demon Rachel Morgan knows that these twisted souls will eventually be coming for her and perfect blood. A paranormal horror romance to keep you alert in the wee hours before dawn.

Booklist
“With the end of this popular series coming soon, fans will be savoring the remaining episodes all the more, and those who have delayed entry will begin jumping on board.”
Miami Herald
“The pace and tone of A Perfect Blood reflects its protagonist: a little more cautious, reflective and purposeful, and the book is more powerful as a result…Harrison provides the strongest and most self-assured Rachel we’ve seen yet.”
North County Times
“Kim Harrison has created a popular series that captures the imagination.”
Publishers Weekly
At book 10 of her Hollows series, Harrison has, by now, fleshed out an exceedingly satisfying and well-rendered world that is much more than the usual paranormal backdrop, giving us fascinating side glimpses into the problems of the recently deceased at the DMV or the semiotics of pixie apparel. While the story centers on Rachel Morgan, former witch and current demon, and her pursuit of the Humans Against Paranormals Association, a domestic terrorist organization, it plays out against a larger structure of warring power groups of demons, elves, vampires, and werewolves. First-time readers will find this volume a good introduction to Harrison’s landmark urban fantasy series, though they would be best served by beginning at the beginning; fans will love it from start to finish. Agent: Richard Curtis, Richard Curtis Associates. (Mar.)
Library Journal
In Harrison's tenth series installment (after Pale Demon), Rachel Morgan, a witch-turned-demon, is drawn to the crime scene of a tortured and mutilated university student strung up in a park gazebo. Working with both supernatural-run and human-run police agencies, Rachel investigates more ritualistic murders thought to be carried out by a hate group, Humans Against Paranormals Association (HAPA). HAPA is attempting to create its own demons but needs Rachel's unique blood to be successful. While simultaneously trying to fight HAPA and evade being kidnapped by the group, Rachel also struggles with her identity as a demon. VERDICT Harrison's colorful cast of supporting characters (a foul-mouthed pixy, a frustrated werewolf bodyguard, a cat-riding fairy, and a posh vampire) keeps the story moving among the fast-paced action scenes. Longtime fans will obviously be standing in line for this one. However, readers with any interest in urban fantasy can easily jump into the story via Harrison's explanations of past events. [Ten-city tour; see Prepub Alert, 9/19/11.]—Brooke Bolton, North Manchester P.L., IN
Kirkus Reviews
In book 10 of a popular urban fantasy detective series, Cincinnati witch-turned-demon Rachel Morgan confronts a powerful hate group. Nothing ever comes easy for Rachel. She's accepted that she's now a demon, but unfortunately, demons are universally mistrusted and have no legal status—in fact, she's listed as dead—which makes it complicated for her to renew her Ohio driver's license. She does want the other demons to think she's dead, but the charmed silver bracelet that severs her connection to the demon collective also blocks most of her magic. As a result, when strangely mutated and mutilated witch corpses begin turning up, she's both blamed for demonic activity by law enforcement and (apparently) nearly defenseless when the true perpetrators target Rachel (never count her out, though). It's all part of a convoluted plot by HAPA (Humans Against Paranormals Association) to synthesize demon blood and use it to exterminate all Inderlanders (vampires, Weres, witches, etc.). As per usual, Rachel's struggle with self-acceptance, her good heart, her rejection of everyone's advice, her impulsiveness and recklessness and her all-around gift for causing chaos get her into trouble. Those qualities up the action quotient, but it would be nice to see Rachel's emotional growth progress a little more quickly. Every novel ends on a high note of confidence, but by the time the next one opens, Rachel has already plunged back into neurosis and worry, restarting the cycle. On the positive side, Rachel's relationship with elf businessman/drug lord Trent appears to be deepening; but again, it's not as far advanced as some might wish. Still fun, but could reach farther.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061957901
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/25/2012
  • Series: Rachel Morgan Series , #10
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 560
  • Sales rank: 78,767
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Kim Harrison

New York Times bestselling author Kim Harrison was born and raised in the upper Midwest. Her bestselling Hollows novels include Dead Witch Walking; The Good, the Bad, and the Undead; Every Which Way But Dead; A Fistful of Charms; For a Few Demons More; The Outlaw Demon Wails; White Witch, Black Curse; Black Magic Sanction; Pale Demon; A Perfect Blood; Ever After; and The Undead Pool, plus the short-story collection Into the Woods, The Hollows Insider, and the graphic novels Blood Work and Blood Crime. She also writes the Madison Avery series for young adults.

Biography

Bestselling paranormal fantasy author Kim Harrison went all the way through school with nary a thought of becoming a writer. A biology major in college, she took only the required English courses needed to graduate. So when the writing bug hit her later in life, she found herself at a real disadvantage with grammar, spelling, and other basic weapons in the scribbler's arsenal. However, her love of books was her saving grace. Always a voracious reader, Harrison instinctively recognized the role of plot, pacing, and character development in good storytelling. She set about writing with great enthusiasm and plugged away for the better part of decade, until she was able to bring her skills up to par.

Harrison's debut novel grew out of frustration with a growing pile of rejection notices. In an attempt to get publishers' attention, she set out to craft something deliberately weird and edgy. She conceived a motley cast of vampires, werewolves, pixies, and witches, including a sexy bounty hunter named Rachel Morgan, and threw them together in a short story. Then, her agent introduced her to editor Diana Gill, and together they refined and expanded Harrison's idea into a full length novel.

Published in 2004, Dead Witch Walking became a bestseller, launched a blockbuster series, and catapulted Harrison into a pantheon of paranormal superstars that includes Laurell K. Hamilton, Charlaine Harris, Christine Feehan, and Sherrilyn Kenyon. As if to validate her inclusion in these ranks, Harrison's stories have also been included in several bestselling paranormal collections.

Good To Know

  • Harrison claims that her muse exists in music. In our exclusive interview, she explained, "Music moves society more than most people realize. In my opinion, it's a soft manipulator of influence and change. I love the power of the musician who composes and performs. I envy their ability to put a nugget of truth in three minutes of sweat and emotional outpouring, colored entirely from their thoughts. And I'll admit that if I can, I'll steal that nugget of truth, study it, facet it, polish it, and place it in my writing."

  • On her MySpace page, Kim lists the following as her heroes: "My parents. Anyone who pursues their dreams when no one believes they can reach them. Single moms and dads."

  • Rachel Morgan and her otherworldly cohorts exist in and around an alternate version of Cincinnati, Ohio -- a "little big city" Harrison was familiar with from her Midwestern youth. She always tries to incorporate "Cincy" sights into her series novels, so readers are likely to find allusions to Eden Park, the Cincinnati Zoo, and other local neighborhoods and landmarks.

  • As a tribute to one of her favorite actor/directors, Harrison has given some of her Rachel Morgan novels titles that play on well-known Clint Eastwood films: For a Few Demons More, Every Which Way but Dead, The Outlaw Demon Wails, etc.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted March 4, 2012

      Very disappointed in this book. Had this been the first book of

      Very disappointed in this book. Had this been the first book of the series that I had read, I wouldn't ever purchase the remainder of the series. Definitely needed better editing - too much stuff in here that doesn't even make sense, not even when in a dialogue. For example, to compare how unlike the texture of Kisten's skin had been to the pool table's wood trim? Huh? Rachel's constant lamenting of, "Oh no, how could I have done this to myself?" was irritating by the third time I read it, but unfortunately, it continued on and on and on throughout the whole book. I don't know, maybe it was just filler to lengthen the book. And really, does Rachel have to think a whole mini synopsis of the book while she's playing pool with Wayde? Not to mention, why was Wayde even in this book? He was not what I would call a needed character since his sparring with Rachel wasn't even lukewarm at best, he wasn't allowed to do his job, so why was he even there? Plus, he's too much of an omega werewolf in his responses - actually he acted like he had been neutered and dominated. The unending angst made me want to throw the book against the wall. I started reading this series when the first book, Dead Witch Walking came out, and I loved it. The humor, the camaraderie of the three friends is so crucial to this series, but apparently Jenks has been relegated to nothing more than an annoying flying gnat (since when does he need everyone telling him what to do, when before he always knew what to do and was thinking three steps ahead of Rachel), and Ivy's character seems to put in an occasional glimpse simply to remind us that she used to a major part of the series, but no longer. And Glenn? Way to neuter a character. And what happened to Bis, who is supposed to be bonded to Rachel? As for the humor which is what made me fall in love with the characters - it's long gone. This series has been in a constant decline ever since White Witch, Black Curse, which when I read it, I honestly thought it was written by someone else. I've tried to stay loyal to the series, but I'm not sure I can.

      17 out of 26 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted March 16, 2012

      I like the Kim Harrison series, really, but... Book 10 was inter

      I like the Kim Harrison series, really, but... Book 10 was interesting, however, with too much frustration, being somewhat repetitive, and a little out of control.

      To me, Rachel comes off a bit juvenile, and even incompetent... seems like the author is not up to form in this episode. Ms. Morgan corrects others several times with the repetitive directive to 'Get it right!', sounding stuck in a petulant loop. She also seems inexperienced... using unchecked weapons, missing approximately 5 out of 6 times in first major battle, and just about sidelined throughout the rest. After 9 books of greater experience, she seems amateurish, along with other lapses.

      And the introduction of a bodyguard, doesn't work as a foil to enhance Rachel's 'professionalism'... it actually does the opposite, particularly when she beats him up. The bodyguard is made to stand outside all conflicts... apparently he's only good as a companion for trivial interludes, such as a trip to the coffeeshop. If Ms. Morgan had a serious conflict with the bodyguard, one would think she would simply fire him... just because he was 'hired' by her birth-father, doesn't provide enough assumption of authority to him, that Rachel should have to beat him senseless. The author seems to trivialize the beating to -unconsciousness- when the bodyguard was already down... without a real justification, or anger build-up. Other more serious past antagonists have been treated better. Maybe it's an example of both Were hostility and Demon taint overtaking her, but I can't see the bodyguard reasonably willing to continue his employment, nor a lack of serious displeasure by her parents, in the next book.

      Then, of course, the foes are never completely down... maybe that's why Rachel beats the bodyguard until he's 'out'. And no one seems able to properly incapacitate an unconscious prisoner. An unknown charm should have been followed up with a "splat" gun tag... a dangerous human should have been bound hand and foot, a magic wielder should have been gagged. The bad guys have better control.

      Book 10 just seems a bit sloppy, shallow... even Al loses his viciousness.... all the build up to his insanely violent reaction to finding her alive just leads to a simple discussion. And Rachel, while struggling appropriately with her demonhood, seems pathetic in skills and actions, and over-sexed besides, lusting after every male of more than passing acquaintance.

      All in all, a good book. (HuH???) No, I'm disappointed with A Perfect Blood. Hopefully it's a minor stumbling interstitial to a renewed focus in the next novel... but this time, the author seems distracted.

      12 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted March 3, 2012

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      great

      Wonderful Book I enjoyed reading. kept me entertained

      12 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted February 21, 2012

      Perfect blood disappointing

      Shes a great writer which makes you fall in love with the characters which is why i was disappointed. Years of ivy, jinx, and Al makes you possessive in a way. I know new characters have to be developed but i didnt think she did justice to the old trio. Ivy wouldve never left in the middle of a case, and jinx and Al werent paid their dues either. Even to me it seemed the vampires werent as developed as they normally were. It left me missing the old faithful trio and left me unsatisfied especially where ivywasconcerned.

      12 out of 19 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted February 28, 2012

      Disappointed...

      I was bored and frustrated to tears for the first two thirds of the book. What is it with Rachel just fumbling through every situation and feeling sorry for herself the whole book? And why, after all they've been through, is she still such a bi*ch to Trent? And the "I just can't kill anybody" and "Trent is a murderer" moral hang up is just so tired - she's been through enough to know there's no black and white. There's just no character growth with her, I liked her less in this book than I did in the first one

      11 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted February 28, 2012

      Funny, cute but a bit slow

      A Perfect Blood starts out with Rachel’s new life after her almost tragic demise. She has difficulty in getting a drivers license and proof that she not dead and still exists, in comes the I.S. offering to help in exchange for a job. As it turns out witches are being killed in horrific ways by an organization called HAPA, and if Rachel doesn’t catch them soon she may take the fall for the murders. While Rachel goes against all her friends and family’s wishes she takes the case she ends up getting kidnapped while she has the magic limiting bracelet on, that Trent made for her. Coming to terms with the fact that she needs her magic she has Trent take the bracelet off and in turn in dumbfounded and shocked by his willingness to help her against her enemies. This book surrounded Rachel and Trent a great deal and it showed how their relationship progressed from distrust and dislike to whole hearted trust and even the beginnings of new love. I feel like Kim Harrison had done a great job with the Rachel Morgan books but I believe that this book was a bit disappointing with its slow plot line. Rachel’s friends Ivy and Jenks were not featured as much in this book and it kind of left me wanting to see more of them in the next books. But the part of the book that let me down was Al, there was this intense build up about how Al was going to react to finding out Rachel was alive but it was resolved quickly with Rachel’s promise to fix things for him without a huge temper tantrum or rash action. Al also seemed too calm and his dangerous nature kind of diminished with his charming of Lucy and Ray. I think overall this book was good I really liked the aspect of Trent and Rachel ending up together and I can’t wait for the next book.

      8 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted March 16, 2012

      Well

      It wasnt horrible and maybe my expectations were high but it fell short.

      5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted February 21, 2012

      Love Rachel Mariana Morgan

      Love love love this book, stayed up all night to finish!!

      4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted January 1, 2012

      Yes!!!

      I cant wait!!!

      4 out of 19 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted March 14, 2012

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      One of her Best! I love this series, it's one of the few I will

      One of her Best!
      I love this series, it's one of the few I will pre-order. I read it almost entirely in one day because I just wanted to devour it! I don't usually like it when an author changes the dynamics between the characters that I have grown to love, but I like that she is letting the characters grow up some. They all just seemed to be healthier like they were ready to stop wallowing in their misery and loss and start living again. I didn't get the feeling that the characters were growing apart, the love and trust is still there so that helps me be more accepting of the changes. I like the bodyguard and that he is honest with Rachel and able to get her to be honest with herself. I did miss Al though and wish the scene between he and Rachel would have taken place earlier in the book so he could have shown up more (he is such a stinker but I can't help liking him lol). I also missed the Rachel A** kicking and felt she got her butt kicked a little too much for someone with all that magic. I love it when she shows all the people that underestimate her what she can do. But it seemed right for this book because the development was turning a corner. I really like what is happening between Rachel and Trent and they both seemed softer, still explosive just less likely to make me want to slap them lol. I think my favorite parts of any of this series is when Jenks' kids are causing chaos, and now with the fairy and her "ride" I found even more laugh out loud moments! I think the author did an awesome job setting the scene and I can't wait for the next curtain - with Rachel finally starting to accept what she is I expect to see lots of butt kicking!

      3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted February 25, 2012

      Awesome

      Always good no matter how many times l've read them. I love the way the story between Rachel and Trent is playing out. The new players are interesting. Liked the story very much! Though you need to read the stories from the beginning to understand whats going on.

      3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted February 22, 2012

      Loved it!

      This book was a pure joy to read. I loved it. I think that each book has gotten better and better. My love for this series has not waned...and now I am eagerly waiting for the next. It will be a long wait now, for I devoured this book too quickly...but I will definitely be ready. This story was unique, funny, action packed and I simply love the characters. Rachel is truly developing as are all of the characters. I can't wait to see where Ms. Harrison takes us next....

      3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted January 24, 2012

      Hey

      How much does it cost to pre order this fantastic book?

      3 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted April 15, 2012

      Bleh

      This has to be the worst book in the series. Way too repatative & whiney. Rachel is no longer an interesting character. Have I mentioned the writing was repetative? Rachel's inner monologues made no sense. It was also very repetative. Forcing myself to finish the book because I was dumb & spent $$$ on it. :p

      2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted March 27, 2012

      Too wimpy and whiney!

      KIM,you and your writer need a dose of testosterone big time. Rachel has to much self doubt and pity. With what she has been through she needs to suck it up and be a heroine.

      2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted February 29, 2012

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      A Perfect Read!

      I strongly suggest you read the previous books in series (Dead Witch Walking, The Good, The Bad And The Undead, Every Witch Way But Dead, A Fistful Of Charms, For a Few Demons More, The Outlaw Demon Wails, White Witch Black Curse, Black Magic Sanction and Pale Demon) prior to reading this installment. The Itchy-Witch is back on her A-game. Rachel is finally accepting herself as a unique blessing and not a demonic curse. I loved traveling with her through her evolutionary journey and witnessing her emergence as a crafty demoness who’s a force to be reckoned with! This story was exactly what I was looking for, non-stop excitement, high-energy adventure, mystery and intrigue and lots and lots of demons. I definitely would’ve appreciated more twisted-humor interaction between Al and Rachel. Kim Harrison packed a lot of story in this one book. In addition, each secondary characters encounter with Rachel was skillfully blended and interlaced together flawlessly. I enjoyed this spectacular installment so fiercely, I never wanted this book to end. Rachel’s shenanigans were really toned down in this installment, and the story had a “feel good” sensation, that made me feel like I was coming home to friends. I highly recommend this book and series to fellow dark urban fantasy readers and can’t wait to read the next book Ever After due out in 2013.

      2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted February 28, 2012

      Disappointed

      This will probably be the last book of Kim Harrison's I buy. I am so tired of reading about how Rachel scews up just so the author can have a duh moment to turn around for the inevitable happy ending. Either let Rachel become the tough demon who knows her stuff or kill her off already! I mean really! She can take on demons, just not a bunch of bigoted scientists? How can you take this character serious after being beat down like she does in this book. Talk really is cheap.

      2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted February 24, 2012

      Loved it!

      I love the Hollows. This book was great and I always celebrate another Hollows book by rereading the series just after reading the latest installment. Kim's writing is so well planned and enjoyable that I really enjoy the series from start to finish.

      There was a lot of new development in this one and I am eager for the next book.

      2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted January 4, 2013

      Must Read

      Great addition to the series. In this book all the characters grow up a bit. Rachel most of all. She learns to accept who she is by learning the hard way of course, and build a new trusting friendship with Trent. This book stays true to all the character for those of us that have actually read the series! It's a must read.

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted December 16, 2012

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      Love it! I don't think I'll ever get enough of the Hollows serie

      Love it! I don't think I'll ever get enough of the Hollows series. This is just another great read in evergrowing line of greats from Kim Harrison! The story line is awesome  and the characters even more so! Read it for yourself, I promise, you won't regret it!

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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