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Dead Roses for a Blue Lady Dead Roses for a Blue Lady by Nancy A. Collins
reviewed by Cindy Lynn Speer
Sonja Blue isn't like any other vampire. Taken against her will, then thrown out of a moving car and left to die, she was revived on the operating table just enough so that she still has control over herself, even though she's a vampire. The vampire spawn in her head, The Other, is her dark mirror, a sadistic creature whose thirst she must constantly fight. Sonja dedicates herself to hunting the very people who stole her life away. In these eight stories, we see for ourselves that her job is neither easy, or clean cut.

Darkest Heart Darkest Heart by Nancy A. Collins
reviewed by Cindy Lynn Speer
Sonja Blue is not happy. She has been a vampire for over thirty years, and she hasn't gotten over her anger at her fate. She has since channeled that anger into two areas. One, tracking and killing vampires, and two, fighting The Other, the vampire inside herself. It is not always easy. The Other is inside her head, she can take control at any time, forcing Sonja to do the very things she hates. It also makes it harder for her to get close to anyone.

Knuckles And Tales Knuckles And Tales by Nancy A. Collins
reviewed by Lisa DuMond
With a slick, sexy creation like vampire hunter Sonja Blue it's easy to fixate on the character and overlook the writing. It's all too easy to forget just what a talented writer this author is. This collection will bring you back to that realisation in a heartbeat. No one outdoes her on Southern Gothic; she's practically made the sub-genre her very own.

Tempter Tempter by Nancy A. Collins
reviewed by Lisa DuMond
At the heart of this dark tale is ex-celebrity Alex Rossiter. Since Rossiter's career as a rock star fizzled out he's been determined to overcome his one-hit wonder status and make it big again. This time he's decided to start his comeback in the Crescent City -- probably not the ideal place for a musician who's made a fondness for drugs and alcohol into a lifestyle. But, it does make Rossiter the ideal target for an impatient demon searching for someone with some serious weaknesses, someone who's looking for an easy road to the top.

Angels on Fire Angels on Fire by Nancy A. Collins
reviewed by Victoria Strauss
Lucy Bender's life is a mess. Her boyfriend has left her for a woman with a trust fund, and the artists' collective she's a part of has voted her out. She goes up to the roof of her ratty apartment building to contemplate whether to throw herself off. On the way, she stumbles over... an angel.

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