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“[A] very exciting series…it’ll keep you up past your bedtime.”

—Charlaine Harris, New York Times bestselling author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels

 

Return now to the battle between Shadow and Light being fought in the dark, unseen corners of “Sin City” Las Vegas. The fifth book in Vickie Petterson’s New York Times bestselling Signs of the Zodiac series, Cheat the Grave follows newly mortal Joanna Archer on her most chilling adventure of all. Are you a True Blood aficionado? Do you like the sexy, supernatural visions of   Kim Harrison, Laurell K. Hamilton, Kelley Armstrong, Charlaine Harris, Patricia Briggs, and Jeaniene Frost? Then give Vickie Petterson a try!
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