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Nightwalker: The First Dark Days Novel by Jocelynn Drake
Cover Artist: Don Sipley
Review by Steve Sawicki
Eos Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780061542770
Date: 01 August 2008 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

Links: Book's website / Author's Blog / Show Article /

Mira is a vampire. She's six hundred years old, serves as an enforcer for the vampire top council and is at the top of the food chain in Savannah, Georgia. Danaus is a vampire killer who has already killed a handful of vampires in the immediate geographic area. Mira decides it's time the two of them meet since she's sure that Danaus is not in Savannah to hunt vampires but to find her. Their initial battle only serves to reinforce for each of them that the other is more powerful than first thought.

From official release/information:

From Author's website: For centuries Mira has been a nightwalker--an unstoppable enforcer for a mysterious organization that manipulates earth-shaking events from the darkest shadows. But elemental mastery over fire sets her apart from others of her night-prowling breed...and may be all that prevents her doom.

The foe she now faces is human: the vampire hunter called Danaus, who has already destroyed so many undead. For Mira, the time has come to hunt...or be hunted.

But in a dimension just beyond the world's boundaries, a banished race stirs dangerously, hungry for power, for domination, for vengeance. Already a protective seal has been breached: already blood flows like a river through the world's great cities.

And only the collaboration of two sworn enemies can save humankind...and its feral brethren.

(Source: Eos)

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