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The Devil You Know by Jenna Black
Review by Carolyn Frank
Dell Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780553590456
Date: 29 July 2008 List Price $6.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Morgan Kingsley is a demon hunter with a difference, she has a demon inside her own head. In this version of our world, demons can be invited to take over people's bodies, providing demonic strength and self-healing. Unfortunately for Morgan, who would rather have no demon at all, she's been trapped into hosting the usurped king of the demons. As her world continues to spin wildly out of her control, she eventually comes to prefer The Devil You Know more than the unknowable alternative.

From official release/information:

Product Description: The beautiful. The bad. The possessed.

Some people worship them. Some people fear them. And some people—like Morgan Kingsley—go up against them toe-to-toe, flesh to flesh, and power against power. An exorcist by trade, Morgan is one of the few humans with an aura stronger than her possessor, even though her demon can tease her body senseless. She's also a woman who has just discovered a shocking truth: everything she once believed about her past, her identity, may have been a lie.

With a family secret exploding around her and a full-scale demon war igniting, Morgan is a key player in an unsettled world. Then a rogue sociopathic demon enters her life with a bang. His name is The Hunter. And since she is the prey, Morgan has only one choice: to hunt The Hunter down—no matter what heartbreaking truths she uncovers along the way….

(Source: Dell)

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