The Killing Dance

The Killing Dance

Book - 2002
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Anita Blake lives a dual life as animator and vampire hunter, with a man she loves on both sides of her life, but when she becomes a wanted woman, she must choose between the two men or risk all their lives.
Publisher: New York : Jove Books, 2002
Characteristics: 387 pages ; 18 cm
Edition: First Jove mass market edition
Copyright Date: ©1997
ISBN: 0515134511 (pbk.)
9780515134513 (pbk.)
Call Number: FICTION HAMILTON

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Kagamusha
Oct 12, 2016

I thought this book was great, the best one since the first and finally quits "the Tease".
Also, reading this and watching season four of"Orphan Black", at the same time - I think Tatiana Maslany would make a fine Anita Blake.

angry_skull Mar 06, 2011

The books before this are pretty good. This one gets a little weird and racy. No big deal, but it is the first time I have really sensed Hamilton trying to "be" Blake. When an author starts imprinting herself on a character things tend to start going downhill. Here is to hoping that doesn't happen to Anita.

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