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Vampire Sunrise: Delilah Street: Paranormal Investigator by Carole Nelson Douglas
Cover Artist: Gordon Crabb
Review by Gayle Surrette
Pocket Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781439156773
Date: 24 November 2009 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

It's been two days, since Delilah and her allies rescued Ric Montoya from the ancient vampire twins under the Karnak Hotel, in Brimstone Kiss. Ric's fighting for his life while Delilah is trying to turn over some rocks and find out how to regain control of her life.

From official release/information:

Product Description: Werewolf mobsters and vampires run Vegas, but that's yesterday's news for Delilah Street, paranormal investigator. What's truly fearsome is her bloody discovery of an undead evil rooted in ancient Egypt. Now, with her lover Ric fighting for life after a grim battle, the chips are down.

But Delilah is a born winner who has never let a little danger throw off her game, and she's been learning fast since she came to Sin City. Her affinity for silver is making mirror-walking a real breeze, and being forced to accept the albino rock star sorcerer Snow's Brimstone Kiss has ramped up her powers to a startling new level. With the help of her trusty uber-wolfhound Quicksilver, not to mention the orange demon parking valet Manny, Delilah is determined to solve even more paranormal secrets, and hopefully save the few innocents left in town. But can Delilah win her high-stakes gamble for life and love against ancient gods and lethal supernatural odds?

(Source: Pocket)

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