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Blood Retribution (Lee Nez Series #2) [NOOK Book]

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Lee Nez is a nightwalker-a Navajo vampire-and a New Mexico state police officer. Investigating cop-killing smugglers who are bringing in jewels and silver from Mexico, Lee is teamed once again with sexy FBI agent Diane Lopez, who knows Lee is a vampire and is attracted to him nonetheless.

The smugglers are Navajo shapeshifters or skinwalkers-and the cop and the FBI agent must kill them all without revealing that the smugglers are werewolves ...
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Blood Retribution (Lee Nez Series #2)

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Overview


Lee Nez is a nightwalker-a Navajo vampire-and a New Mexico state police officer. Investigating cop-killing smugglers who are bringing in jewels and silver from Mexico, Lee is teamed once again with sexy FBI agent Diane Lopez, who knows Lee is a vampire and is attracted to him nonetheless.

The smugglers are Navajo shapeshifters or skinwalkers-and the cop and the FBI agent must kill them all without revealing that the smugglers are werewolves or that Lee is a vampire. Complicating matters, Lee is being stalked by a pair of vampire assassins who want revenge on him for killing their leader.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
In Aimee and David Thurlo's Blood Retribution, the second mystery to feature half-vampire Navajo lawman Lee Nez (after 2002's Second Sunrise), Lee and FBI agent Diane Lopez take on a shape-shifting pack of turquoise smugglers, among other supernatural foes. Fans of the authors' Ella Clah series may want to take a pass, but fantasy readers for whom implausibility isn't an obstacle should be satisfied. Agent, Elaine Koster. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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"Filled with plenty of excitement and intrigue, with enough vampire lore to keep fantasy fans happy and enough thrills to keep mystery readers turning the pages."—Booklist on Blood Retribution

"Deft plotting keeps the story moving at a brisk pace. Vampire aficionados will enjoy a look at nightwalkers from a unique cultural viewpoint, and mystery fans will relish the action and clever resolution."—Romantic Times Bookclub on Blood Retribution

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"Filled with plenty of excitement and intrigue, with enough vampire lore to keep fantasy fans happy and enough thrills to keep mystery readers turning the pages."
Romantic Times Bookclub
"Vampire aficionados will enjoy a look at nightwalkers from a unique cultural viewpoint....mystery fans will relish the action and clever resolution."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781429914918
  • Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
  • Publication date: 6/8/2010
  • Series: Lee Nez Series , #2
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 187,429
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author


The Thurlos are the authors of the critically acclaimed Ella Clah novels, most recently Tracking Bear and Wind Spirit, of a stand-alone novel featuring Ella's mother Rose, Plant Them Deep, of the Sister Agatha mysteries, and of The Spirit Line, a book for young adults.
The Thurlos live in Corrales, New Mexico.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fantastic horror thriller

    He is a nightwalker, a Navaho vampire who because he is only half Nosferatu has the strength not to succumb to the allure of the dark side of his nature. He is a New Mexico state police officer who is often teamed up with beautiful FBI agent Diane Lopez who not only knows what Lee Nez is but accepts him for his good heart. Right now they are trying to infiltrate a smuggling ring made up of skinwalkers (Navaho witches) who can shape shift at night and still retain their ability to think like a human.---- These smugglers known as the Silver Eagles go to Mexico in animal form, meet with their suppliers, and return with silver and turquoise for jewelry suppliers who get their products at black market prices. The two cops seek to arrest humans who are part of the smuggling ring and kill the shapeshifters so they no longer can carry out their evil plans. While Diane and Lee stalk the Silver Eagles, they are hunted by a vampire who wants to kill them because they murdered her nest including her husband and brother. They remain on guard at all times because beside each other they don¿t know who they can trust.---- Once again the Thurlos provide readers their interpretation of the vampire mythos unique to the Navaho culture. Lee can stay in sunlight provided he uses sun block while his speed, strength and night vision make him a better police officer. In the Thurlos world, skinwalkers are unredeemable evil creatures who must be killed; a variation on the hapless victim werewolf legend. BLOOD RETRIBUTION is a fantastic horror thriller that readers of both genres will want to read.---- Harriet Klausner

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