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Night Rising: Vampire Babylon, Book I by Chris Marie Green
Review by Paige Roberts
Ace Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 0441014674
Date: 06 February, 2007 List Price $14.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Dawn Madison, stunt woman and love child of the late great screen diva Eve Madison and her bar bouncer husband, Frank, has a chip on her shoulder the size of a boulder. She and her dad haven't been on the best of terms, but when his boss calls to tell her he vanished, she drops everything and runs to the rescue. Frank's mysterious boss, who Dawn calls the Voice because she never sees him, allows Dawn to step into her father's shoes in the detective agency he worked for. This unusual agency throws all of its resources into searching for Frank, and simultaneously trying to solve the case he was working on when he disappeared.

From official release/information:

Book Description: In this first book of an all-new trilogy, life proves stranger than the movies when a Hollywood underground coven of vampires comes to light-and gets targeted by the tough-as-nails daughter of a sexy screen siren.

Stuntwoman Dawn Madison hasn't been on the best of terms with her father since her movie star mother died. Still, he is her dad, and when he vanishes while investigating the bizarre sighting-caught on film-of a supposedly long-dead child star, she comes home to Tinseltown to join the search for him. Working with his odd colleagues, she discovers an erotic and bloody underground society made up of creatures she thought existed only on the screen.

(Source: Ace)

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