"Saintcrow has created something deep, dark and dismal and given it a kick-ass heroine"
Prostitutes are showing up dead in Santa Luz. Some kind of
evil is out killing innocent women and Jill Kismet doesn't
want that kind of evil in her town. To make matters worse an
old enemy of Jill's is also in town. With so many bad things
coming from so many directions it is a wonder if Jill knows
if she is coming or going.
Jill is used to killing all manner of evil and horrid things
but this one has her stumped. Nobody seems to know what is
out on the streets and whatever it is smells awful. With the
help of her were partner Saul, Kismet will go to any extreme
to get to the bottom of things. If she gets hurt then she
hopes she gives as good as she gets.
This is the second book in the Jill Kismet series and I have
to say I am still impressed. Hunter's Prayer is not as good
as the first book Night Shift but it is brilliant reading.
Saintcrow has created something deep, dark and dismal and
given it a kick-ass heroine that the reader can really get
to know. Something about this series has me really hooked
and I can't wait for more books because I am sure that
things can only get better.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted September 24, 2008