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BOOK REVIEW: Hit List  

Posted by Scott Wilson

Title: Hit List


Author: Laurell K Hamilton

Publisher: Headline Fiction

RRP: $32.99

ISBN: 9780755352609

Release Date: June 2011

Pages: 320



Description:

Headline is thrilled to be publishing HIT LIST, the new Anita Blake novel by the queen of vampire fiction, sensational New York Times bestselling author Laurell K. Hamilton.

Word has leaked to Anita Blake that hit men are headed for St. Louis- and that she, Jean-Claude, and Richard are the targets. The sensational new novel from the New York Times bestselling author featuring her vampire-hunting heroine.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Laurell K. Hamilton is the bestselling author of the acclaimed Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, Novels. She lives near St Louis with her husband, her daughter, two dogs and an ever-fluctuating number of fish. She invites you to visit her website at http://www.laurellkhamilton.org.

Previous Books:

Flirt (B fmt, 03/11); Blood Noir; Bullet; Skin Trade; Harlequin; Danse Macabre; Micah & Strange Candy; Incubus Dreams; Cerulean Sins; Narcissus in Chains; Obsidian Butterfly; Blue Moon; Burnt Offerings; Killing Dance; Bloody Bones; Lunatic Cafe; Circus of the Damned; Laughing Corpse; Guilty Pleasures.

Review:

Hit List is the 20th book in the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series of novels by Laurell K Hamilton, which is quite an achievement for any series. Having the popularity to get this many books in the one series published has to be commended.

Hit List brings a confident Anita back to her faithful readers who rolled along with her emotional self- discovery and her seemingly endless sexual hang-ups.

In the previous novels we saw various characters develop as if she was a real human being working through major emotional issues and questioning her own morality. Many people have complained she and her paramours are too whiny, too demanding, too… much and I have always held onto the belief that Laurell K. Hamilton was leading us up to something and I believe that we are seeing the fruits of that labor in “Hit List.”

“Hit List” gives us a confident Anita, finally being secure in her sexual life and her professional life. Edward is back also and it’s a fully fleshed out story line not just Edward thrown in to the story to sell to his fans, we see via “Hit List” how Edward has changed, if only a little, over the years since he was first introduced.

This is a great book and will be popular with fans of Anita Blake.

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