Author: Rachel Caine

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Nov 06
Devil’s Due by Rachel Caine

Devil’s Due by Rachel Caine

Reviews 1 ★★★★

A quick refresher: Jazz and Lucia have set up a detective agency, funded by the Cross Society, a secret cabal of psychics who are trying to prevent undesirable realities from coming about. They use people like Jazz and Lucia to do this, and communicate using red letters.

Devil's Due begins with Ben McCarthy's exoneration, an ex-cop who Lucia is instantly, almost violently, attracted to. This book narrated from Lucia's point of view, and I like her so much more than Jazz. Jazz's impulsiveness and constant anger don't appeal to me, but Lucia is always calm and professional, and I kind of love her....

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Feb 20
Devil’s Bargain by Rachel Caine

Devil’s Bargain by Rachel Caine

Reviews 0 ★★★

Devil’s Bargain is a quick read, written in the style of a detective novel and featuring two no-nonsense female leads who team up to run a detective agency. Jazz and Lucia quickly find out that The Cross Society, who fund their new agency, aren’t what they initially seemed, and things…

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