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dunxan This behavior has finally escalated to the point that her partner, Laurel, has had enough. Jackie made an interesting character, she was flawed in some ways, but that made her more real I guess you could say. I kept going only so I could write this review. That and the series seems to have gotten a bit better judging by Goodreads ratings.

The Cover and Title The cover confuses me. The Cover and Title The cover confuses me. Plot wise there were a lot of holes why could the vampires feel the pull of the dead? We’re given the impression that it was a hideous manner in which they were killed but there’s really only one detail that finally comes out in the end. But her latest murder case is what recurring nightmares are m Originally posted at http: Laurel is a medium and can tell their is something otherworldly at play.


I am curious to see if there is any change in Jackie. Duncan paranormal fantasy that was published by Kensington Books on April 5, and has pages.

This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Tiah -Well, it really doesn’t reflect the tone of the book if that helps, but yeah, it is pretty stereotypical for UF right now. Now it sits for a bit while I work on the proposal for a new story for my agent to shop around as my current one, another Urban Fantasy story, is now eight months out there in publishing land with only 3 rejections out of eight submissions.

That would be boring. Nick Anderson can give, even if that includes the impish ghost and sexy vampire who make up his team. Shelby’s the straight-forward, kick-ass character who tells you what she thinks Nick, you’re a cowardrides a motorcycle, and tears out after the villain when Nick is all hesitation. Feb 01, Marsha rated it liked it Recommends it for: View all 6 comments.

Deadworld (Jackie Rutledge #1) by J.N. Duncan

Cornelius Drake was a vampire on a mission, a serial killer, over the top evil. Very colorful and flavorful I guess you could say. She’s human with an depressing history. I guess it makes sense but I’m not sure how it’s going to effect the next book in the series.


Toying around with the sf story idea, which has as part of its premise, human experimentation. It’s a common trope, that of the “otherworld” civilian desperate to keep the normals safe, and Deafworld primary antagonist has picked up some new abilities that has Nick terrified.

Apr 02, Stacy rated it it was ok. Not even the ghosts and vampires could redeem dexdworld one for me. My impressions of J. In some ways it was crucial to understanding her many flaws and baggage.

Early Review: Deadworld by J.N. Duncan

Hoping the other books in the series are good. No, of course not. Jackie and her partner Laurel wanted to come xuncan as the next Rizzoli and Isles.

Adults live in a harsh world and getting the swing of being all grown up is a difficult task, but you know what?