Book Review: Every Which Way But Dead (Rachel Morgan #3) by Kim Harrison

There's no witch in Cincinnati tougher, sexier, or more screwed up than bounty hunter Rachel Morgan, who's already put her love life and soul in dire jeopardy through her determined efforts to bring criminal night creatures to justice. "Between "runs," she has her hands full fending off the attentions of her blooddrinking partner, keeping a deadly secret from her backup, and resisting a hot new vamp suitor. Rachel must also take a stand in the war that's raging in the city's underworld, since she helped put away its former vampire kingpin - and made a deal with a powerful demon to do so that could cost her an eternity of pain, torment, and degradation. And now her dark "master" is coming to collect his due.

Rachel made some tough decisions in book two which lead to her putting Piscary, Cincinnati's master vampire, behind bars.  However, she had to make a deal with a demon in the process.  Rachel spends most of book three trying to evade the demon Al.  She is getting more into dealing with demons but doesn't want to admit it.  You definitely need to read these books in order as they won't make any sense if you don't.  This series is fun and enjoyable but not as good as the Sookie Stackhouse books.

Just One Gripe:
I'm tired of hearing about Ivy's vampire phermones!

The Best Thing About This Book:
Rachel gets Ceri free and Ceri becomes a central character in the series.

Appropriate for a younger audience:
Characters:  5/5
Plot:  3/5
Setting/Imagery:  3/5
Originality:  4/5
Ending:  4/5
Total Score:  19/25

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