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Secrets of the Demon (Kara Gillian, Book 3) by Diana Rowland
Cover Artist: Daniel Dos Santos
Review by Cathy Green
DAW Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780756406523
Date: 04 January 2011 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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The latest installment of Diana Rowland's urban fantasy series featuring Homicide Detective Kara Gillian picks up soon after the events of Blood of the Demon (reviewed in SFRevu's June 2010 issue). Kara's Aunt Tessa has recovered from her magically induced coma and is up and about, back in her home and still dating Kara's co-worker. However, given the secrets her aunt was keeping and Kara's close involvement with the Demon Lord Rhyzkahl, the two are not as close as they were before the events in Blood Of The Demon.

From official release/information:

Product Description: Homicide detective Kara Gillian has a special talent: she can sense the "arcane" in our world, and there's quite a bit of it, even in Beaulac, Louisiana. She's also a summoner of demons, and works on a task force that deals with supernatural crimes. Her partners are attractive and smart FBI agents, but they're not summoners, and they're not telling Kara why they are on this special force with her.

TO make things worse, Kara has pledged herself to one of the most powerful of demons-a Demon Lord-who helped save her partner's life, but now expects things in return. Meanwhile, she's trying to solve a string of murders that are somehow tied together by money, sex, rock music and...mud. But how can she concentrate on the case when she's not even sure who-or what-her partners are?

(Source: DAW)

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