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Publisher's Summary

Will she remain the dark assassin, or fight the evil growing within?
There's a new player in Hell who's plunged Purgatory straight into chaos.
Dark Abigail strikes terror in all whom she targets, but when Raven and Holli discover who's really pulling her strings, Abigail learns that being good at her job isn't something to be proud of, but instead, something to fear.
©2016 Tish Thawer (P)2017 Tish Thawer
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3 out of 5 stars
By SamanthaF on 09-27-17

Angels, demons and a whole load of drama

I listening to the audiobook which I excitedly purchased as I finished Ravens Breath. The characters who developed well through the first book are all here with a few more which is tries to develop as an extension.

It was not, in my opinion as strong as the first book in the series and got a bit ‘twee’, the strong female characters are now fairly man obsessed and emotional beings which is shame as their strength was a draw for the first book. The narrator had a questionable set of voices for the character which were at times distracting. On the whole, it was a light romp through hell, purgatory and Heaven, good background listening and worthy of an audible credit.

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