By Sue Ann Jaffarian
The sight of the blood lined fangs exploded from her deep reminiscence like a ball
through a plate glass window. the fellow had bitten Bobby, torn into him like a barbequed rib at the Fourth of July.
Vampires. Vam-pires. actual live―er, lifeless (undead?)―bloodsucking vampires, residing within the urban of Angels. Madison Rose, a street-smart twenty-something waitress might by no means have believed it―until a vampire thwarts a vicious assault opposed to her by way of showing within the nick of time and completing off her assailant in a single tasty bite.
Madison has been kept through the vampires―or has she? She learns that girls were going lacking; their useless our bodies turning up tired of blood. Now the assassin is after her. because the violence escalates, Madison, LAPD Detective Notchey, and a cadre of beautiful and unsafe vampires look for the real killer―while Madison retains a cautious eye at the skittish and thirsty vampires. Will she live to tell the tale to determine the sunshine of day?
"Like Stuart Kaminsky, Jaffarian juggles her franchises deftly, giving every one a different voice and allure. Her most up-to-date sequence kickoff should be her most sensible but, mixing supernatural attractive with down-to-earth sassy."―Kirkus Reviews
"Though Madison is not any Sookie Stackhouse, she's certainly a keeper."―Publishers Weekly
"It will doubtless attract many paranormal secret enthusiasts. . .[Murder in Vein] is suggested for its likable characters and fascinating plot."―Library Journal
"Sue Ann Jaffarian by no means fails to make me chortle together with her 3 secret sequence starring paralegal Odelia gray, ghost Granny Apples, and now Murder in Vein, starring pleasant, and not-so-friendly, local vampires."―Joanne Fluke, New York Times bestselling writer of the Hannah Swensen Mysteries
"Thrilling, suspenseful, and darkly humorous, homicide in Vein will go away you thirsting for extra during this terrific new series."―Kelli Stanley, writer of City of Dragons
"Sue Ann Jaffarian has additional her personal inimitable kind to the city myth style. Murder in Vein is speedy, enjoyable and, because the disguise notes, deliciously fang-in-cheek!"―Jeanne C. Stein, bestselling writer of the Anna robust Chronicles
"Luminescent within the evening fog, Murder in Vein calls to the reader to come back besides its decided protagonist Madison Rose down a highway fraught with homicide, chills, humor and downright attractive undead suspects. This story of risky issues that cross bump within the evening via Sue Ann Jaffarian makes for a pleasant and intriguing read."―Gary Phillips, writer of The Underbelly