The Outlaw Demon Wails by Kim Harrison

From Publishers Weekly

Confusion reigns for characters and readers in the complicated seventh urban fantasy outing (after 2008’s The Outlaw Demon Wails) for witch detective Rachel Morgan. Rachel’s reputation is in tatters—to save humanity, she used powers that are considered evil—and she’s still devastated by the mysterious death of her boyfriend six months earlier. Her attempts to solve his murder bleed into a case involving an emotion-sucking banshee, and soon Rachel has to bring in her PI partners—Ivy, a bisexual vampire, and Jenks, a pixie in existential crisis—along with empathic psychiatrist Ford and the banshee victim’s father, Federal Inderland Bureau captain Edden. Harrison’s unique vampire mythology unduly complicates world-building, and newcomers will be desperate for a glossary, but the nearly nonstop action nicely plays off the poignancy of Rachel’s difficult life. (Mar.)
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Review-
If you’vd read any of my reviews  for Kim Harrison’s other books in the Hollows series
then you know that it’s one of my favorites series and that being said Ms. Harrison did not let me down in this installment.  I purchased  an audio version and found it fulfilling  and relaxing to just sit back while the sound of the narrator’s  voice was like the words floating off the written page and into my ears. I loved it.  I am now reading the next book and will  talk more about it later.
If you are a fan of the vampire/paranormal world genre you said give Kim Harrison’s book s a try-you won’t be disappointed.

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