Dying Bites (The Bloodhound Files, Book 1) by DD Barant

By DD Barant

DD Barant launches The Bloodhound records with Dying Bites―a "fresh and unique tackle city myth" (Romantic Times) with a heroine who is "remarkable, strong-willed and clever" (Publishers Weekly).

Her activity description is the "tracking and apprehension of mentally-fractured killers." What this relatively capability in FBI profiler Jace Valchek's courageous new world-one during which just one percentage of the inhabitants is human is woman's paintings is rarely performed. And actual is getting stranger each day…

Jace has been ripped from her truth through David Cassius, the vampire head of the NSA. He is aware that she's the simplest there within the enterprise, and David wishes her assist in fixing a sequence of grotesque murders of vampires and werewolves. David's world―one that still comprises lycanthropes and golems―is one with little wisdom of psychological ailment. An insane serial killer is a possibility the NSA has no adventure with. yet Jace does. Stranded in a fact the place Bela Lugosi is an even bigger field place of work draw than Bruce Willis and each complete moon is Mardi Gras, Jace needs to now search out a fellow human sooner than he brings the total planet to the threshold of insanity. Or she may perhaps by no means see her personal international again…

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I hand him the empty mug. He takes it and sets it down on the table beside the bed. “I have a rule, too: my patients don’t leave until they’re fit to do so. ” He checks my eyes, my reflexes, my blood pressure, asks me if I had any nightmares or felt dizzy since I woke up. I tell him the truth, which is that I feel fine. “Okay,” he says. ” He pulls a sealed plastic bag out of his pocket and gives it to me. “You can mix this on your own—directions are on the outside. Let it steep overnight, make sure you take at least six ounces a day.

As soon I find out where my gun is. “St. ” He finishes unbuckling the straps and steps back. ” I lift my hand and put it to my forehead. “My head hurts. I’m a little queasy. ” He nods. “The nausea and headache are common in cases of RDT—though there aren’t that many case histories to study. ” “So I guess my RDT is pretty bad. ” “Reality Dislocation Trauma. To put things simply, Ms. Valchek, you come from another universe, with a different set of physical laws. Your body doesn’t like it. ” I stare at him.

The nausea and headache are common in cases of RDT—though there aren’t that many case histories to study. ” “So I guess my RDT is pretty bad. ” “Reality Dislocation Trauma. To put things simply, Ms. Valchek, you come from another universe, with a different set of physical laws. Your body doesn’t like it. ” I stare at him. I like to think I’m adaptable, but I kind of had my heart set on the whole brain cancer thing. Rational, tragic, possibly fixable—all I had to do was pick out some fashionable head scarves for my post-operative look.

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