Laurell K. Hamilton. Blood Noir. New York: Berkley Books, 2008.

Werewolf Jason Schulyer returns to Asheville to say goodbye to his dying father. His friend, vampire hunter Anita Blake, accompanies him to make him seem more normal to his family and friends. Of course, once they arrive in Asheville, things are anything but normal. Jason is mistaken for a cousin who has left his bride-to-be for a fling with the wife of a vampire master; Anita hears of trouble back at her base in St. Louis; and an ancient vampire queen makes a move to return to power. Anita’s healthy libido provides both diversions and complications to the plot. This is the sixteenth book in the Anita Blake series; most of the volumes are set in the St. Louis area.

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