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Silver Zombie: Delilah Street: Paranormal Investigator by Carole Nelson Douglas
Review by Gayle Surrette
Pocket Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781439167816
Date: 30 November 2010 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Delilah Street and Ric Montoya are ready for a break from the machinations of the various factions in Vegas. It's time for a road trip. What better destination than Delilah's Kansas stomping grounds. It's time for Delilah to investigate her past and put it behind her -- well that's the plan anyway.

From official release/information:

Product Description: What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas—at least that's Delilah Street's hope. With Sin City's vampire and werewolf mobs wanting to cash in her chips once and for all, she's retreating with her partner Ric Montoya and half-wolfhound Quicksilver to her Kansas birthplace. Unfortunately, when it comes to finding trouble, there's no place like home. . . .

It doesn't take long before Delilah realizes she's not in Vegas anymore. Zombie cowboys and spectral cattle drives are kicking up dust, the local weather girls are total witches who forecast perfect storms, and some Hollywood fanatic is recasting zombies as the greatest stars of the silver screen. And speaking of silver, Delilah's special affinity for the all-purpose monster-repellent leads her posse straight down a silver brick road—and into a not-so-fun house of mirrors—putting her face-to-face with her dicey past and a mystery woman named Lilith, who's a real dead ringer for Delilah. The key word being dead.

(Source: Pocket)

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