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text 2017-06-13 17:12
Do over! Do over!
Blood Hunt - Lee Killough

 I don't know why I thought this one was marked as a mystery.

Probably filed it wrong on the computer.


Good cop turned reluctant vampire hunting down the vampire that turned him.



 Moving on to Dial C for Chihuahua - I KNOW that one is a mystery.


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review 2017-06-10 19:08
Great Story and Characters
Wolf Hunt - Paige Tyler

Remy was home in New Orleans with three other SWAT officers - Max, Jaden, and Zane. They were all werewolves. Gage was  their boss and pack Alpha. He had sent the men to cross train with the local tactical unit- New Orleans term for their SWAT unit. When in a bar with the guys Remy smells a tantalizing scent he can’t resist and started to follow it. His friends followed as he left the bar and started walking down the street . All the other guys denying the had smelt anything special. Then five blocks in and still going Remy realizes the scent is from a female. It was a spicy flowery scent  finally Remy found the bar it was coming from. Then he saw her on the dance floor with three other women. Then Remy realized he knew her from HS when she had been skinny and awkward and always looked down on the floor. But they had still been friends but now she was grown up and a beautiful woman. that was Trina but Remy didn’t know if she would recognize him . Remy hadn’t talked to Trina since HS graduation and he had changed a lot when he became a werewolf. He’d never felt anything like he did when smelling Trina’s scent the animalistic urge he had to track her down. Trina thought Remy was the sexiest man she had ever seen. Trina lived and worked in Houston and was home for the week to visit her mom. Remy was drawn to Trina in a way he didn’t understand.

I loved this story . It was great . It had a great plot and great pace. The book kept my attention from the first page until the last and I didn’t want to put it down. I loved how it was more than just a romance but had action and suspense in it. Including all that went with Trina trying to find her father’s killer and New Orleans cops trying to bring down a drug king and all else in this book.I loved the ending and everything about this book and I highly recommend.

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review 2017-05-26 23:45
Review: Clean Room Vol 2
Clean Room Vol. 2: Exile - Gail Simone,Jon Davis-Hunt

I learned my lesson with Volume 1, and did not read this right before going to bed or on a night I was sleeping alone.


Clean Room continues to be a great ride, bringing in new, unexpected twists and turns while rolling ever forward with each character's arc. The art is great, but the writing is fucking fantastic. I don't really like to do plot summaries, so let's just say everything about the sleazy sales man, including the end of his plot line, worked well. 


This is so good I'm starting to worry it's like the beginning of Lost and there's no plan besides "keep adding stuff." But if it stays this good, maybe I don't care.

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review 2017-05-09 14:48
Dark engaging comic collection about Irish supernatural
The Hunt - Colin Lorimer



Based in Ireland, this comic collection deals with Orla who witnesses a supernatural event affecting her father when she's just a little girl. A significantly good artist, as a teenager, she faces the bullying of her classmates. The plot proceeds quickly as Orla confronts the Sluagh about their interference in her family's lives as they gather souls to maintain their existence.


With clear illustrations, this mystery story is well worth a look. It's gripping and engaging stuff. I think that this is a one-off collection rather than a series. I hope so as the ending should be a final one.


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review 2017-05-07 20:36
Review: Clean Room
Clean Room, Vol. 1: Immaculate Conception - Gail Simone,John Davis-Hunt,Quinton Winter,Todd Klein,Jenny Frison

Not the creepiest thing I've ever read, but I will say it was a mistake to read this right before going to bed while traveling without spouse or cat.


I recall Simone talking about this on twitter when the first issue was out, and I couldn't figure out from her tweets what kind of thing it might be besides maybe horror? Turns out, yes, creeping horror, with cultists and monsters. But also badass women being total badasses.


The cult leader is a charismatic woman who survived a car not-accident as a child. The protagonist is a reporter angry and vulnerable after the suicide of her fiance trying to figure out what exactly is going on with the cult. Throw in a handful of competent women, some adorable neighbors, and a few monsters, and simmer for a long, low burning, sleep costing good time.


The writing and the art are both stellar. I'll definitely be checking out the rest of the series. From a well lit chair while holding a cat.

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