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READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ Abracadaver Esther Diamond #7 Õ [PDF / Epub] ☄ Abracadaver Esther Diamond #7 By Laura Resnick – RIP Reanimated Infernal and Pretty damn dangerous After struggling actress Esther Diamond gets cast in a guest role on The Dirty Thirty a TV crime drama about depravity and corruptionIn the latest mystical mayhem to menace Manhattan where corpses suddenly aren’t staying uite as dead as they shouldWhile Max and Esther try to determine what uinn’s role is in the super­natural reanimation of the deceased downtown a part time mortician courts Esther and a dangerous foe with deadly intent changes everyone’s dinner plans one cold winter nigh. I am slightly conflicted because on the one hand Resnick gave us one of the strongest offerings building on the momentum of the past two offerings especially On the other hand I'm not sure it felt like a complete book view spoilerIn particular the build up to discovering the demon compared to the effort it took to expel the demon was ridiculous I understand that the climax of the book was actually about Lopez getting shot and all that but it seemed silly how much of a threat they thought the demon was versus how easily they were able to dispatch it hide spoiler


RIP Reanimated Infernal and Pretty damn dangerous After struggling actress Esther Diamond gets cast in a guest role on The Dirty Thirty a TV crime drama about depravity and corruption in the New York Police Department her ex almostsometime boyfriend NYPD’s Detective Connor Lopez vows he’ll never forgive Esther for convincing her narcissistic co star to add ver. While I'm a big fan of the Esther Diamond series this volume was a bit akward it felt like an in between book where nothing really new happens and we actually wait for the next book in the series The first half is basically a re telling of the previous story The Misfortune Cookie and therefore not that interesting and comparatively slow paced Luckily after that the pace picks up things start happening the Action and hilarious slapstick humour are back and it reads again like an Esther Diamond novel In retrospect this book splits down in the middle between rather lame at the beginning and pretty good at the end I'm looking forward to the next one and hope that Resnick has found back to her usual form by then Because I really love Esther and her chaotic life and Laura Resnick has created a wonderful supporting cast of crazy characters that I want to read about

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Abracadaver Esther Diamond #7Isimilitude to his performance as a morally bankrupt cop by shadowing Lopez on the jobBut Esther’s fellow thespian is her best bet for keeping an eye on Lopez and to the point on Lopez’s new partner Detective uinn Abracadaver Esther EpubEsther and her friend Max a year old mage whose day job is protecting New York City from Evil suspect uinn of being involved. I like the character of struggling actress Esther Diamond just fine she's your typical paranormal involved heroine trying to keep New York City safe from all manner of evil paranormal beings while retaining her sense of humor and keeping her boyfriend happy And yes this is a paranormal romance series no matter what the author may say You really hope Esther gets together with her unbelieving cop boyfriend by the series' end The one problem I had with this particular installment was that the first 50 pages were all back story catch up from the title before it The Misfortune Cookie Since I started reading the books out of order I now feel like I don't need to read The Misfortune Cookie at all since the complete plot is given away in this book That's probably one reason why e books are taking the world by storm in recent years E book authors don't worry about padding out the manuscript to get it up to a certain number of words in print They're free to tell the current story in the series in as many or as few words necessary to keep the reader's interest If I hadn't been told by another reader that the story's pacing would pick up after the first 50 pages I would have put the book down on page twenty than likely Life is short and so is my free time This is a drawback of being an editor I expect a lot from NYC published books so my patience can wear thin when I catch typos other gaffes and just general plot related things that could have been improved through competent editorial input Maybe NYC publishers think all readers are illiterate so why should they bother hiring editors