PALE DEMON on sale NOW!

The paperback edition of Kim Harrison’s latest New York Times bestseller is available now!

Condemned and shunned for black magic, Rachel has 3 days to get to the annual witches convention in San Francisco and clear her name to live. If not, the only way to escape the death sentence is to live in the demonic ever after… for ever after.

Banned from the flight lists, Rachel teams up with elven tycoon Trent Kalamack, who has his own mysterious business on the West Coast. But a witch, an elf, a living vampire and a pixy in one car for over 2300 miles? Talk about a recipe for certain disaster, even without being targeted for assassination.

For a fearsome demon walks the sunlight–freed after centuries of torment at last to slay the innocent and devour souls. But his ultimate goal is Rachel Morgan, and even embracing her own demonic nature may not be enough to save her.

Check out just some of the praise Pale Demon has received:

“There are many urban fantasy books crowding the shelves these days, so many that it’s hard to figure out which are the cream and which are simply riding the popularity wave. Harrison’s books are the real deal — fast, funny, dramatic, and full of life. If you haven’t tried her yet, you should.”
— Charles de Lint, Fantasy & Science Fiction

“Elegant and taut as a gymnast’s cartwheel, Harrison’s polished prose drives a story that will have readers swerving in their seats every time Rachel turns the wheel.”
— Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“With more than 2.5 million “Hollows” books in print, Harrison has definitely tapped a nerve — or a magical ley line.”
— San Antonio Express-News

“If you’re familiar with Kim Harrison’s first eight ‘Hollows’ books, stop wasting your time reading this review and go beg, borrow or buy Pale Demon. Trust me. Now off with you! To those of you still reading: I envy you. You have a long, wild and wonderful ride ahead. Allow me to introduce you to Rachel Morgan, witch, bounty-hunter and bad-ass.”
— Miami Herald

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