One of paranormal fantasy’s toughest heroines, Jane Yellowrock, is back with a vengence. Raven Cursed, the 4th book in the Jane Yellowrock series, will hit bookstores on January 3rd, 2012.
The vampires of Asheville, North Carolina, want to establish their own clan, but since they owe loyalty to the Master Vampire of New Orleans they must work out the terms with him. To come up with an equitable solution, he sends an envoy with the best bodyguard blood money can buy: skinwalker Jane Yellowrock.
But when a group of local campers are attacked by something fanged, Jane goes from escort to investigator. Is it a rogue-vampire, shapechanger, or witch? Or something else magical? Unless she wants to face a very angry master vampire, she will have to work overtime to find the killer. It’s a good thing she’s worth every penny.Read An Excerpt
Raven Cursed Description:
Publisher: ROC; January 3rd, 2012
Author: Faith Hunter
Series name: Jane Yellowrock
Book Genre: Paranormal Fantasy / Urban Fantasy
Number of Pages: 384
Formats available: Paperback; Kindle; Nook
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Also available at your favorite local independent bookstore. If they don’t have it in stock, just ask for it!
Signed Copies Available Only At: Booknack (available via internet or phone order)
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“Jane Yellowrock is smart, sexy, and ruthless.” — bestselling author Kim Harrison
“Raven Cursed is the fourth installment of the Jane Yellowrock urban fantasy series and continues to deliver high-octane action combined with the entertaining smart wit and self-deprecation of Jane.” — SciFiGuy.ca
“Hunter is an admirably clever storyteller, taking one small detail from the previous novel and, like an explosion, letting it burst into many separate spokes, all spreading out in a rush, intertwining intermittently, then coming back together into a seemingly cohesive ending. “ — That’s What I’m Talking About