- Hardcover: 613 pages
- Publisher: Science Fiction Book Club; Book Club edition (1998)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0739400460
- ISBN-13: 978-0739400463
- Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 6.5 x 1.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,048,854 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Black Moon Inn: Burnt Offerings & Blue Moon Hardcover – 1998
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I expected there to be a let down after Anita made her big choice in the previous novel but "Burnt Offerings," the seventh in the series definitely tries to top what has gone before, as several members of the Vampire Council arrive in St. Louis intending to deal harshly with Jean-Claude. Remember back when Anita killed Oliver, the ancient vampire who wanted the U.S. to strip away the rights given to vampires? Well, it seems Oliver was a member of the Council and Jean-Claude has refused to take his place as custom dictates. Plus, the triumvirate established between our heroine and her two paramours is also potentially threatening to the Council. Then there are a couple of vampires with mondo grudges against our little group. Meanwhile, there appears to be a pyrokinetic arsonist running around and the anti-Vampire groups are escalating their attacks.Read more ›
Burnt Offering (1998) is the seventh novel in this series. Anita is hired by Captain Pete McKinnon of the Fire Department to investigate a series of unusual fires. He had been referred to Anita by Sergeant Rudolph Storr, leader of RPIT (Regional Preternatural Investigation Team).
McKinnon thinks these fires have all the signs of a firebug, a pyrokinetic arsonist. He had previously encountered such a psychic talent and does not want to repeat those experiences.
After McKinnon left, Anita receives a call from a co-worker asking for a ride. Larry -- a vampire executioner trainee -- had gone to the morgue to stake the bodies of two vampire victims who did not want to rise from the dead. After completing that job, a hospital attendant had wheeled in another body to be staked.
Since the third body did not have the proper paperwork, Larry refused to stake it. While they are waiting for the paperwork to be recovered, Larry went to talk to the medical examiner. When he returned to the morgue, he found the attendant trying to stake the body with his own equipment. He removed her from the body, but then she tried to stake him.Read more ›
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They were all great reads, would love to find out what happens to the rest of the main players.Published 13 months ago by Georgianna Ragsdale
I have always loved the books in the Anita Blake series. It is not the sex but the action that makes you want to be there and be apart.Published on December 28, 2011 by Bethdod
This book set is amazing! I read both books in two days; I couldn't put it down. You will not be disappointed.Published on August 29, 2011 by Jack