Skin Trade (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #17)
Publish date: June 2nd 2009
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
I have to thank Laurell K. Hamilton and this book for teaching me life is too short to hang on even after a series jumps the shark. For me the Anita Blake series did in Narcissus in Chains, the tenth book. This is the 17th book in the series, but two things had kept me going. First, back when this b...
'Shut up...And can take the offer so we can all sleep.'The Real Plot Summary:Anita Sue: I am SO much tougher and better at this than those wimpy women in my office, who are clutching their pearls in the other room and sobbing into the Manly Men's chests! I can stare at this head in a box and be TOUG...
Better than some of the other stories that have turned up recently in this series, this, though, has several layers of What and Why going on. Anita turns up in work (shocker!) to find a head delivered to her. The head is that of a police officer in Las Vegas. She knows who it is and goes to Las V...
I don't even want to know. Some weird trible sex?
Even though the beginning's complete 180 for Haven caught me off guard (writer's prerogative or failure to keep track of story thread?), I gratefully let this book wipe away some of the bad taste from the previous lackluster books.