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By Eileen Rendahl
View our characteristic on Eileen Rendahl’s Don't Kill the Messenger. the 1st in a beautiful new paranormal sequence a few messenger from the supernatural underworld.
Melina Markowitz is a Messenger, a go-between for paranormal forces and supernatural creatures. challenge is, while a girl's a go-between, it really is challenging to not get stuck within the middle...
whilst ninjas scouse borrow an envelope from Melina, her seek leads her to a Taoist temple in previous Sacramento, the place the monks appear to perform Zen and the artwork of mayhem. Melina learns from the good-looking ER healthcare professional (and vampire) who gave her the envelope that it contained talismans created via the monks to regulate chinese language vampires, who're attacking gang contributors to spark a highway conflict.
even though he may well glance extra like a surfer than a cop, Ted Goodnight is lifeless fascinated with investigating the surge in gang violence. At each flip he runs into Melina, a truly attractive-and very mysterious-young lady. Can Melina enlist his aid to conflict anything he does not even think in with no blowing her conceal?
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