Some people still call Kat Redding by her hunter name: Lady Death. But she's not eager to see more violence brought to her doorstep. The neverending tide of hungry supes and vicious humans doesn't change the math-sooner or later Kat's one-vamp battle against the nightmares that infest Columbus is going to leave her dead. And she has innocent people-well, a werewolf and a demon-summoner-depending on her now.
But when a rogue werewolf who's opted out of the bloodbath is found crucified and mutilated with toxic silver, Kat knows she'll be tangling again with the dangerous Pureblood murderers of the cult of the Left Hand. She already has an undead countess blackmailing her into taking out the city's garbage and a demon playing with her head. Add to that her serious suspicions about changes at the house of her uneasy ally Jonathan Alucard, werewolf denmaster, and Kat might have finally gotten in danger so deep, not even Lady Death can survive...
Praise for E.S. Moore's To Walk the Night
"Fans of Underworld will not want to miss this fast-paced, action-packed debut!" -Jess Haines, author of Deceived by the Others
"Kat is a complex, compellingcharacter who takes us on a wild ride. Hold on and enjoy!" -Alexandra Ivy, New York Times bestselling author
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
As with E.S. Moore's previous novels with Kat Redding Blood From A Silver Cross is truly outstanding. As always the story line runs smoothly and there is plenty of action and excitement in the novel. The main character, Kat Redding, is excellent, as are all the main and secondary characters as well. I am so looking forward to his next noverl with Kat Redding. E.S. Moore is now one of my favorite authors
I didn't see the twist and turns in the plot. It is so fun. I can't wait to see what happens.
3.5 *Book source ~ NetGalley Kat Redding is a vampire who hunts supernatural creatures that get out of line. Known as Lady Death to the community, she’s actually tired of constantly cleaning up the messes of others. But with so many people laying claim to her, she’s stuck doing what they want, but hopefully not for much longer. When the local werewolves are attacked by the Left Hand, Kat tries to find the ones responsible and eliminate them. Will this be the one fight she loses? I read books 1-3 a few years ago, so it took me a bit to pick up on what was going on. There really isn’t much back story of everything that’s happened to Kat, so it feels incomplete as to why she’s doing the things she’s doing and why she has the ties she does. And the Left Hand plot is disjointed. In fact, the whole plot of the book seems disjointed. I do still love the world and I like Kat (mostly), but the book just seems to be missing a lot that would make it awesome. I would definitely not just pick up this book and read it without reading the others and I hope book 5 is better.