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Deceptions Deceptions by Susan Sizemore
reviewed by Cindy Lynn Speer
Olympias, who once ruled at the side of Philip of Macedon, who gave birth to Alexander the Great, is a powerful woman who history has not always portrayed in the most positive of lights. Centuries later, she finds herself in another power struggle, as the Enforcer of Washington D.C. A vampire of terrible power, she is responsible for ensuring the safety of her charges. A secret government project is threatening to expose their existence.

Partners Partners by Susan Sizemore
reviewed by Steve Lazarowitz
Char McCairn, the protagonist, is a very special type of vampire. Char is an enforcer, empowered by the council to keep peace in the Pacific Northwest. Unfortunately, she hasn't been an enforcer for very long and she's got several hang-ups, not the least of which is she's sort of insecure and not very tough. Her path takes her to Seattle, where a newly formed dark cult possesses powers that threaten both vampires and humans.

Gates of Hell Gates of Hell by Susan Sizemore
reviewed by Lisa DuMond
Ask most people about the Spanish Influenza epidemic of 1918 and you will probably get a blank stare. Tell them that approximately 20 million people worldwide died and you may get shock and disbelief. Imagine something this lethal but spread across galaxies. Suddenly, the astounding loss of 20 million lives becomes a drop in the bucket.

Laws of the Blood: The Hunt Laws of the Blood: The Hunt by Susan Sizemore
reviewed by Steve Lazarowitz
If vampires had somehow survived into the 20th century, wouldn't they have constructed a set of laws to govern themselves? How would they go about escaping detection? How are outlaws dealt with and who has the authority -- and the power -- to dole out punishment?

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