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DANCING WITH THE DEVIL is a wild ride into the supernatural realm that is so realistic that readers will sleep with garlic and religious icons in hand. Keri Arthur has written a well-crafted romantic detective vampire tale that will have fans of all three genres comparing her to Huff and Hamilton―Harriet Klausner
Keri Arthur is an award-winning author of thrilling paranormal romances. She's a dessert and function cook by trade, and married to a wonderful man who not only supports her writing, but who also does the majority of the housework. They have one daughter, and live in Melbourne.See all Product Description
I loved this book, it is about a psychic private detective and her trek through the dangerous vampire filled streets of Lyndhurst. Read morePublished on Dec 28 2003 by Vampire Angel
I am an avid reader, often 2 to 3 books per week and this book was less than entertaining. I stuck with it because I kept hoping it would get better. Romance, what romance? Read morePublished on July 17 2003 by J. C. stickler
1st book in a series. Great book, lots of action, vamps, zombies, psychic powers, attraction between PI Nikki and vampire Michael. Read morePublished on June 1 2002 by MizMode
I enjoyed this book & liked the special abilities of the heroine, Nikki & found Michael's character to be darkly intriguing. I am looking forward to the sequel. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 2001 by B. Engum
This book was great. I did not want the story to end. Deffinitely recommended. It is a keeper. This author is on my favorites list. Read morePublished on Nov. 1 2001
This first book in the series is GREAT! If you like the Anita Blake Vampire books you will like this author. Read morePublished on July 7 2001 by Amazon Customer
It seems I've been looking for too long for a book that's going to keep my interest from beginning to end, but this book did it. Read morePublished on June 24 2001 by Gabrielle Luthy