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Midnight Reign: Vampire Babylon, Book 2 by Chris Marie Green
Edited by Ginjer Buchanan
Cover Artist: Larry Rostant
Review by Beth Slater
Ace Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780441015603
Date: 05 February 2008 List Price $14.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Dawn Madison is back. With her she brings her new friends -- or family, as she is coming to think of them -- to search for her missing father, Frank. But Los Angeles has a secret: vampires. Lots and lots of vampires. Dawn has become a vampire hunter, preparing to use her skills as a stuntwoman to delve into the Underground to find her lost father. Kiko, the psychic midget actor, is still recovering from his back-breaking encounter with the last vampire they found, and his psychic powers don't seem to work well with the pain meds -- especially, Dawn suspects, if he's become addicted to them. Breisi, Frank's girlfriend, seems to be accepting Dawn little by little, but the three of them have to trust one another in order to survive the search. But what about The Voice?

From official release/information:

From back of book: Stuntwoman Dawn Madison reluctantly returned to Hollywood to find her missing father, Frank. Instead, she found something else beneath the streets of Los Angeles--a thriving society of the undead one she could never have imagined existed. It's an erotic and bloody night world, which Dawn came to believe cost both her father and her long-dead mother--the glamorous movie star Eva Claremont--their lives. Still, she and Frank's friends risked everything, pressing on with the investigation.

(Source: Ace)

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