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Living with the Dead (novel)

Living with the Dead
Author Kelley Armstrong
Country Canada Canada
Language English
Series Women of the Otherworld
Genre Fantasy, Romance, Adventure
Publication date October 21, 2008 (hardcover) & August 25, 2009 (paperback)
Media type Print (Hardcover & Paperback)
Pages 384 pp (hardcover)
560 pp (paperback)
ISBN ISBN 0-553-80664-5 (hardcover)
ISBN 0-553-58854-0 (paperback)
Preceded by Personal Demon
Followed by Frostbitten

Living with the Dead is the ninth novel in Women of the Otherworld series by Kelley Armstrong.

"When Robyn Peltier—a very human PR rep—is framed for murder, the two people most determined to clear her name are half-demon tabloid reporter Hope Adams, and necromancer homicide detective John Findlay. Robyn finds herself in the heart of a world she never knew existed—and which she is safer knowing nothing about..."[1]

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  • Official Kelley Armstrong website


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