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Autumn Bones

Autumn Bones - Jacqueline Carey Less enthralling than the first but better paced re: relationships. Liked Sinclair a lot, thought Carey managed to do a pretty decent and not weird job with handling the racial dynamics with him, his family, and their supernatural associations. Daisy's love life is a little Anita Blake but the good early books so far.

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