Jasmine "Jazz" Callender is on the downhill slide to ruin. Once a decorated homicide detective, she's lost it all: her former partner's been convicted of murder, she's been cashiered out, and she's drinking away what little self-respect she's got left. But Jazz has a talent for trouble, and... show more
Jasmine "Jazz" Callender is on the downhill slide to ruin. Once a decorated homicide detective, she's lost it all: her former partner's been convicted of murder, she's been cashiered out, and she's drinking away what little self-respect she's got left. But Jazz has a talent for trouble, and somebody knows it. When a mysterious, sexy stranger comes looking for her with a fateful red envelope in his hand, she's about to make the deal of her life...for good or bad.The deal requires her to enter into a partnership with a stranger and investigate cases that arrive in special red envelopes...which is odd enough, but gets weirder as she and her new partner Lucia realize that they may be working for someone with supernatural abilities.And maybe they're not on the side of the angels anymore.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 1st 2005
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Red Letter Days (#1)
I've read a lot of Rachel Caine books: 13 of 15 of her Morganville Vampires series, all of her Weather Warden books and 2 of 3 in her Revivalist series. This and it's sequel, Devil's Due which I'll start any minute, are nothing like what I've come to expect, but they were written several years ear...
And how disappointed was I when I discovered that, although I received this book from Netgalley, it is not the beginning of a new series but in fact the first of only two books written in this world, and the second book was published over six years ago? I was a bit crushed, is how disappointed. Out...
Jasmine “Jazz” Callender has is pretty rough. Her partner is in prison serving 25-life for the murder of three innocent people. One part of her knows that he didn’t do it and the other part wonders if her judgment is so off that she wouldn’t know her partner was a murderer....Read my full review HER...
Review: Jazz Callender isn’t doing well. Having lost her job as a homicide detective when her partner gets convicted of homicide, she has nowhere to go. So, one day, James turns up. He’s a lawyer and comes with an offer- to save her Ben, she’ll have to work for a strange society which may or may not...
Pretty good. An older novel first published in the UK. See my full review at puretextuality.com3.75 Stars