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Daughter of Darkness
Daughter of Darkness
Author: Steven Spruill
THE HUNGER. THE DESIRE. THE CARNAGE. IT WAS ALL IN HER BLOOD. — In a Washington D.C. hospital, Jenn Hrluska is the best and brightest, a tireless young intern dedicated to saving lives. But in a world of healers and lifesavers, Jenn carefully guards the most unspeakable secret of all: that she is a daughter of the dark... — Two generations have cl...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780312970819
ISBN-10: 0312970811
Publication Date: 8/1/1999
Pages: 323
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  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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From the author of "Rulers of Darkness" comes the story of a young intern who lives a secret life as a vampire. Her father breaks free from a stone tomb and leaves a dead body on the steps of her home--a call to Jenn to leave her life among the mortals and plunge into the passion and power of her eternally hungry soul. "A rare example of a sequel as memorable as its predecessor"
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How would vampires fit into a modern, mundane, practical world? Very well written and well reasoned, to the point where it is easy to believe it's all possible. A woman trying to live her life ignoring her...handicap...has been forced to use what she is to protect her life and loved ones from her own family. Modern day science and family bonds both endanger and save her.
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Jenn wanted to do well,become the best doctor she was capable of being.More than wanted it,needed it The blue scrubs were armor,and the more constantly and convinciingly she wore it the safer she'd be.Horror


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