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The florid 16th Anita Blake novel (after 2007'sThe Harlequin) updates Anita's endlessly erotic adventures as a living vampire with many weird lovers. Anita serves her vampire sweetie Jean-Claude, Master of the City of St. Louis, obsessed with feeding him and her own need to leech off of others' sexual pleasure or ardeur while retaining her rep as vampire executioner (despite the seeming conflict of interest), U.S. marshal and necromancer. She's also accompanying her bed-buddy Jason Schuyler to visit his dying estranged father in North Carolina. After arriving, Jason's mistaken for his rich cousin Keith Summerland, who's ditched his bride-to-be to run off with the wife of a vampire Master, giving Anita a case to solve between wild orgies with wereanimals. Hamilton chronicles Anita's escapades with a growing air of ennui, which longtime readers can't help sharing as sex increasingly takes the place of plot and character development.(June)
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ISBN-10:  0425222195
ISBN-13:  978-0425222195
Author:  Laurell K. Hamilton
Genre:  Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher:  Berkley Hardcover
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review by . April 13, 2010
'Blood Noir' is my last Anita Blake novel. It's been a long road, but I will follow it no longer.    I've read the series from the beginning. I got as far as I did because the first books were fun. Anita was an engaging, funny, interesting character, and her situation had tension and mystery and suspense. There was danger. There was excitement. There were laughs. There was FUN.    Note that all of the above is in the past tense.    In 'Blood …
review by . July 01, 2008
LKH are you reading these reviews??? Get a clue girl and fix this series. Thanks to these nice people who took the time to review this item...I know not to buy it. I bought the last two...and regretted every single minute of it. Half the time I was gagging because of the bloated fake sex scenes...or groaning over the bad dialogue and plot.  I was hoping though that you might, just maybe, possibly, fix Anita and resurrect her as the great character she was. Looks like no such luck. Seems …
Blood Noir (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, Book 16)
Blood Noir (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, Book 16)
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