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In Armstrong's assured seventh Otherworld paranormal romance, her first in hardcover (after Broken), pretty Jaime Vegas, a 44-year-old necromancer who can reanimate the dead, faces her biggest career challenge yet—freeing the trapped ghosts of six murdered children. Thankfully, Jeremy Danvers, Jaime's hunky and very Alpha werewolf boyfriend, tags along for this hair-raising ride. Jaime, who has made a living onstage and off by her ghost-whispering skills, is in L.A. as one of three celebrity mediums participating in Death of Innocence, a TV special that hopes "to raise the ghost of Marilyn Monroe," but instead uncovers a serial-killing cult intent on man-made black magic. Seeking justice for the lost children and punishing the dark arts practitioners don't prevent Jaime and Jeremy from finding time for love. Armstrong deftly juggles such creatures as werewolves, witches, demons and ghosts with real-life issues. The only disappointment? Marilyn's ghost never shows. (May)
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Fortysomething Jaime Vegas is a sexy, redheaded celebrity medium on the threshold of a spiritualist's dream: her own TV show. She is one of three professional psychics brought to a haunted site for a reality TV show and charged with raising the ghost of Marilyn Monroe. Obviously, this is Jaime's shot at stardom. Her costars are drawling, up-and-coming starlet medium Angelique and UK satanic specialist Bradford Grady, and watching the three one-up each other as they jockey for prime position, even during a warm-up seance, is good show-biz comedy. Jaime knows and uses a psychic's two primary tools, knowledge (prior facts) and statistical probability, but everything depends on her authentic, natural necromantic gifts. But when she finds spirits in the site's garden with whom she cannot commune despite her superpowerful silver ring, she fears she's out of her league (she's not wrong) and flies to Portland for help. Paranormal and show-business power struggles make for hard-to-put-down entertainment. Whitney Scott
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So true to her other books in this series...I would recommend it to anyone.
It is a really great series.
I love how every book gives you a look into the lives of each character and makes reference to other characters in the other books. I like how they are all intermingled. Read morePublished 23 months ago by catherine
I love this book, same goes for the series, one hundred percent amazing and I can't wait to read the rest of her worksPublished on April 20 2013 by simba
This is a fun, exciting and fascinating book written by Kelley Armstrong. If you haven't read her "Women of the Otherworld" book, of which this is one, then you really need to. Read morePublished on Oct. 17 2011 by Pearl R. Meaker
I love this series as well. Jeremy has fascinated me throughout the storylines and I am pleased that Kelly has graciously granted him a mate. Read morePublished on March 18 2010 by Sandy S.
Strangely, it's the same artwork as The Dark Divine by Bree Despain. It's what drew me to buy it in the first place. I thought it was a sequel or something. Read morePublished on March 14 2010 by Catherine Lapensee
I won't sum up the plot since that has already been done. I will however like to say that I for one am delighted that we finally get to know more about Jeremy and Jaime. Read morePublished on July 12 2007 by L. King