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The Spawn of Lilith (Lilith Series #1)

The Spawn of Lilith (Lilith Series #1)

by Dana Fredsti
The Spawn of Lilith (Lilith Series #1)

The Spawn of Lilith (Lilith Series #1)

by Dana Fredsti

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Working in Hollywood is a living Hell in this “fast, fun, and unrelenting” urban fantasy series about a stuntwoman who slays paranormal creatures (Seanan McGuire, author of the October Daye novels)
Out of the spotlight, in the darker corners of the studio backlots, Hollywood hides a remarkable secret. Actor or actress, set designer, electrician, best boy, or grip—in la-la land, it pays not to be human. Vampires, succubae, trolls, elementals, goblins—studios hire anyone and anything that can take direction, be discreet, and not eat the extras. (The less you know about your agent, the better.)

Though only human, stuntwoman and struggling actress Lee Striga is a member of the legendary Katz Stunt Crew. They’re the best in the biz, in part because they can fly, and boast superhuman strength.

When Lee lands a job on the movie Pale Dreamer, however, not everyone is following the script. It’s up to her to figure out who—or what—is killing the cast and crew. Especially when Lee goes from stuntwoman to lead role...and the next target.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781785656149
Publisher: Titan
Publication date: 04/24/2018
Series: Dana Fredsti's Lilith Series , #1
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 451,069
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.80(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Dana Fredsti is the author of the Ashley Parker Plague Town trilogy, as well as a frequent short fiction contributor and author (under pseudonym) of a number of erotic fantasy novels. She has been a producer, director, and screenplay writer for stage and film, and was the co-writer/associate producer on Urban Rescuers, which won Best Documentary at the 2003 Valley Film Festival in Los Angeles.

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