Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Review: Redemption Alley by Lilith Saintcrow

Redemption Alley (Jill Kismet #3)
by: Lilith Saintcrow
$7.99 mass market paperback
Orbit Books
Paranormal Fantasy
Released: August 2009

Jill's got a good professional relationship with the cops, so when one of them asks her to look into the suicide of a fellow officer, she agrees.  Little does she realize there's much more to the story than she realizes.  Before she knows it she's sucked into the world of human corruption, with members of the police at the heart of it.  Now she's not sure who she can trust and who's looking to put a bullet in her back.

Lucky for her she's used to it.

I love Jill because she doesn't take crap from anyone, and she keeps the hellbreed in line by sheer force of will and bloodshed.  I'm always amazed at the amount of damage Jill takes and still keeps going.  By all rights she should have died in book 1, yet she keeps coming back.  She's a great character who balances on the knife edge of temptation, and it's through sheer force of will that keeps her from becoming just like the things she hunts.

Carla gives this book a

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