Rachel Morgan 9: Pale Demon - Kim Harrison Reviews
Description:ISBN 000732197X / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Kim Harrison / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2011-08-04 by Harper Voyager
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Kim Harrison's urban fantasy series about the people of an area of Cincinatti known as The Hollows, featuring witch Rachel Morgan was not only one of the first series in this fantasy sub-genre but also one of the best. As this is the ninth book in the series I'm afraid it will be impossible to review the book without some spoilers, for which I apologise. Synopsis: Rachel Morgan has been condemned by the Coven as a black witch and of consorting with demons for which she has been shunned by her community. She's been called before the Coven in San Francisco to answer these charges and if found guilty is likely to be condemned to life in the ... Read the complete review
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