Living with the Dead ~~ Kelley Armstrong




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Living with the Dead by Kelley Armstrong
Smart, sexy, and supernatural- the men and women of the Otherworld live unseen among us. For the most part, mere mortals never suspect their existence -- and that's the way they want it. But now a reckless killer has torn down the wall between our worlds, trapping one very vulnerable, and very mortal, woman in the supernatural cross fire.

Robyn Peltier moved to Los Angeles shortly after her young husband's sudden and unexpected death. Her hope was that her hectic new life as the PR consultant to a spoiled celebutante would provide a distraction from her grief. But when her client is murdered, Robyn finds herself on the run as the prime suspect. And as more bodies pile up around her, it seems that only one friend, tabloid journalist Hope Adams, is on her side.

But Hope and her somewhat spooky boyfriend Karl know that it's just a matter of time before Robyn is caught. For she's gotten herself in the middle of a turf war between two Otherworld races who'll spill any amount of blood -- human and inhuman -- to protect what they consider theirs for eternity. And the only way Hope can save her friend is by letting her enter a world she's safer knowing nothing about.
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  • Published:
    Oct-2008 (Hardcover)
    Aug-2009 (Paperback)
  • Formats:
    Print / eBook / Audio
  • Pages:
    540
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(audio)I can't hate these two women enough, layer stupid on top of stupid and then cover it with stupid sauce and make them act like spoiled teenagers and you have Hope and Robin. Put them in situations where you need somebody who can help themselves and they do the wrong thing every time. ARGUH !
I am giving this book a 2 stars just because they were so unbearable. I also did not care for this narrator, the voices were so childish. I'm sure it effected my take on the story.
Debbie
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