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Fiends in Low Places by Missouri Dalton – A Review

Fiends in Low Places

by Missouri Dalton

As part of the Torquere’s 2011 Charity Sip to benefit the It Gets Better Project, “Fiends in Low Places” is a fun, fast-paced story with interesting characters. It introduces us to self-made, star-crossed lovers trying to get it right amidst vampires, faeries, and other supernatural challenges.

Minor spoilers after the jump…

Meet Simon, son of a mob-boss with the power to see people’s auras and their interaction with the world around them. Then meet Gabriel, his on-again, off-again FBI lover and perpetual, if reluctant, antagonist. On opposite sides of many fights and investigations, it’ll take more than vampires with a grudge and accidentally ruined prosecutions to ultimately keep them apart!

This is a fun, date-night story with a bite…pun intended.

Enjoy! I know I did!

Missouri Dalton is a writer of horror/paranormal contemporary fantasy and alternate historical novels.

Missouri was raised mainly in transit, slowed down to finish school in one place and was then determined to be as nomadic as possible, if only because that’s how things just worked out. She uses writing as an escape from her own neurosi and currently lives out of a suitcase with whomever will put up with her.

Please follow this link for a review to another story in the anthology! 

http://missouridalton.blogspot.com/2011/09/my-boyfriend-has-scar-by-m-raiya-review.html

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About Nancy M. Griffis

Author and screenwriter who loves scifi/action/adventure/urban fantasy genres. I have two published novels, Mind Games and Eternal Investigations, as well as a short story published for charity called "Home Fires Burning." All are available through amazon.com and barnesandnobles.com.

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