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  • Deja New
    The constant asides distract, as do multiple choppy chapters, but Davidson’s trademark humor saves the day.
  • Deja Who
    Davidson (Danger, Sweetheart) spins a suspenseful and witty series launch about two investigators: one a PI and one a psychic.
  • Me, Myself, and Why?
    Davidson's odd chick lit thriller cozy, the first in a trilogy introducing Cadence Jones, a federal agent afflicted with MPD (multiple personality disorder), will either delight or horrify.
  • Undead and Unforgiven
    What was once fresh in Davidson’s groundbreaking urban fantasy series now reads as stale in this worn-out 14th installment (after Undead and Unwary), even though Davidson continues to stay current with pop culture references and maintains her deft hand at humor.
  • Undead and Unsure
    The 12th in Davidson’s Undead series (after Undead and Unstable) lives down to its wishy-washy title, crossing snarky pop-culture references with solemn religion.
  • Danger, Sweetheart
    Bestselling author Davidson (Undead and Unforgiven) mashes together romance tropes in hilarious fashion, poking good-natured fun at her genre while leaving the reader with a satisfying story.
  • Undead and Uneasy
    Wishes come true with unforeseen consequences in bestseller Davidson's anemic sixth Undead paranormal romance (after 2006's Undead and Unpopular).
  • Undead and Done
    Readers will celebrate the strong conclusion of Davidson's once-groundbreaking blend of humorous women's fiction and paranormal romance in its 12th volume (after Undead and Unforgiven).
  • Undead and Unappreciated
    Davidson's Undead series has gained a loyal group of fans who will be eager for all the dish from the queen herself.
  • Mysteria
    Bestseller MaryJanice Davidson follows another werewolf, this one in the market for a house—which turns out to be haunted by a sarcastic ghost—in an enjoyable but underdeveloped episode.
  • Faeries Gone Wild
    Davidson pairs a tiny magical census taker with a half-mortal giant in the choppy, crowded “Tall, Dark and Not So Faery,” while Greiman's banal “Pixie Lust” sets up naïve California pixie Avalina and real estate developer Will Timber, whose characterization is as woo
  • Mysteria Lane
    In “Disdaining Trouble,” Davidson introduces the devilish Desdaine triplets, whose encounter with a wishing well has too many repercussions to quite fit into the short format.
  • Over the Moon
    In "Driftwood," Davidson cleverly merges her Wyndham Werewolf and Undead series when a lone wolf stumbles upon a vampire in a deep ditch at the beach.
  • First Grave on the Right
    Fast-talking Charley's wicked exuberance and lust for life will appeal to fans of MaryJanice Davidson and Janet Evanovich and maybe fill a hole for those mourning the recently canceled Ghost Whisperer.
  • Hardcover Bestsellers/Fiction
    MaryJanice Davidson.

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