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Blood Books: Volume 1: Blood Price; Blood Trail

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The first two volumes of these two-in-one collections introduce private detective Vicki Nelson, her former police partner Mike Celluci, and romance ... Show synopsis

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  • Jun 21, 2007
    by Rui

    New book, nice quality and currently I´m reading chap 5 and I have to say I´m very pleased^.^I always loved detective/policial/misterious stories and if you add some mistical things AKA vampires you make me happy. I´m going to buy all the blood books.

  • Tanya Huff Blood Books May 3, 2007
    by G1948

    Ordered these because of the LIfetime channel series. As much to see how close they were staying to the original as because I have heard good things about the author. They read very well, and only slightly dated because cel phones were not yet common when the series was written. The interaction between the characters, Vicky, Henry, etc., was very well done. Not sure how close to "real life" though in the sharing of partners. Now I have to beg, borrow, buy the follow up with Tony.

  • Fun vampire fiction! Apr 6, 2007
    by Whizzer

    Blood Books Vol 1, the omibus edition of Tanya Huff's first two "Blood Ties" novels, is a good, fast read in that genre of vampire/detective fiction that so many of Buffy lovers enjoy. There's a bit of angsty romance, what seems to be a fairly realistic depiction of mid 1990s Toronto, the requiste monster mash (heroic vampires, well-meaning but misunderstood werewolves and a frustrated would-be demon lord), but the primary strength of these stories is in the attention given to fleshing out the details of the lives of the ex-cop/private investigator, Vicki, the very Catholic vampire, Henry, and the Vicki's former partner and sometime lover, Mike. Themes of law and justice, ethics and rote social response or religious belief are explored. In Mar 2007, Lifetime TV debuted an hour-long serial entitled "Blood Ties," starring Christina Cox, based on the series.

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