They call it Deadtown: the city's quarantined section for its inhuman and undead residents. Most humans stay far from its borders - but Victory Vaughn, Boston's only professional demon slayer, isn't exactly human... Boston's diverse South End is known for its architecture and great ... show more
They call it Deadtown: the city's quarantined section for its inhuman and undead residents. Most humans stay far from its borders - but Victory Vaughn, Boston's only professional demon slayer, isn't exactly human... Boston's diverse South End is known for its architecture and great restaurants, not its body count. So when mutilated human corpses begin turning up in the area, the entire city takes notice. The killer-dubbed the South End Reaper-uses a curved blade for his grisly work. And even though there's no real evidence pointing to a paranormal culprit, the deaths are straining the already-tense relations between Boston's human and inhuman residents. As the bodies pile up, Vicky, her formidable aunt, Mab, and her werewolf boyfriend, Kane investigate, only to find that the creature behind the carnage is after something much more than blood...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 27th 2011
Pages no: 323
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
Series: Deadtown (#3)
*Rating* 3.0*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Review*Bloodstone, by Nancy Holzner, is the third novel in the Deadtown series. Vicky Vaughn, our protagonist, is Boston’s only licensed professional demon exterminator. She is also a Cerdorion (after the Goddess Ceridwen) shape shifter and would be heir to her aunt...
My Rating: 4 stars: Enjoyed - strongly recommend (A-)Full review: http://www.twimom227.com/2011/11/review-bloodstone.htmlOnce again, demon-hunter Victory (Vicky) Vaughn, finds herself involved with the darker side of Boston’s paranormal scene. She has a day job - demon-slayer for hire, but it’s the ...
It's six weeks after the event in book #2. Vicky's vampire roommate Juliet Capulet (yes, THE Juliet Capulet) suddenly calls from The Goons' Squad HQ, saying that she has voluntarily looking for protective custody. She has been running from the Old Ones. It seems that Old Ones are gaining help from c...
Loved Deadtown, loved how little Tina was in this book, other than that the book kind of fades away from me. Holzner's world is amazing, I'm fascinated by Vicky's movement through it, but I could care less about these villains.Full review at All Things Urban Fantasy.