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  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: St Martin's Paperback (14 May 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312545061
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312545062
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.3 x 17.2 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 631,362 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for DD Barant and THE BLOODHOUND FILES

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DD Barant lives in Vancouver, BC, and loves monsters, chocolate, animals, reading, comics and lying naked on the beach, while hating bullies, narrow-minded people, Sea Urchin Sushi, and gluten. Awful, terrible, gluten.

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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic! A must read! 8 April 2012
By erin - Published on
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Wow... Just wow. I can honestly say that this book blew me away. The fact that Mr. Barant can write a supernatural series while still maintaining a credible female lead and still have a twisty, edge of your seat mystery is absolutely astounding.

Book 5 of the Bloundhound Files starts rather innocently, with Jace doing the girly, agonizing over her new relationship with Cassius, while still trying to maintain her straightforward, no BS, cool chick image. She succeeds and, in an interesting twist (first in a long series of mind blowing twists), is contacted by who we can kinda call her semi arch nemesis, Stocker, in a strange bid for help. This pulls her over to Canada, which in Thropirelem (the alternate universe that Jace was originally pulled into that's mainly populated by werwolves and vampires and humans as a very small minority), is a cesspool of crime and corruption. There, he asks for her help in tracking down who is kidnapping pire children and finding out why.

Part of this amazing story is going along with Jace on this rollercoaster of a case so, like usual, I'm not going to summarize or spoil the story. What I can say is... I don't know how Mr. Barant does it. He created an alternate universe, filled it with the usual supernatural creatures and made it not only believable but credible. His world building is amazing and after reading this book, I'm still agog at the, for lack of a better term, vast world he's created. Not only that but the dialog... it makes me smile b/c it is *just*that*good*. Jace and Charlie are the best team I think I've ever read. They have the perfect partnership. They fit so well and their witty banter is sharp, sarcastic, and very, very funny.

And Jace is the perfect mix of sarcasm and wiley banter. I love how Mr. Barant has made her a kick ass, intelligent, and resourceful character while not imbibing her with unrealistic powers or abilities. She is perfectly believable as a strong woman, who jumps in feet first and can think fast on her feet. I'm amazed that Mr. Barant is Mr. Barant as he writes Jace perfectly and never falls into stereotypes.

What also amazes me is the complex and complicated "mystery" that Mr. Barant created. It's not just who is doing what, but the supernatural forces directing behind the scenes. And how Jace can navigate around actual gods and magical creatures vastly superior to her.

I am clearly a fan of Mr. Barant and this series is definitely one of my favorite. I anxiously await each and every new book and I've gotten to the point where I preorder them the instant they are available. I'm hoping that this series continues on for a long while mainly just to see the amazing and complex situations that Jace finds herself involved in.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Entertaining . . . But flat. 30 Mar. 2012
By Zeenakwon - Published on
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Synopsis: NSA agent to the world of Thropirelem, Jace Valcheck has just hooked up with her boss, and now doesn't know what to do about it. He disappears on a mission and she takes a case to work with Aristotle Stoker. Yes the man she is supposed to apprehend so she can come back to her home dimension. Stoker informs her there are a bunch of missing Pire children, and she needs to help. She packs up herself, her partner enforcer Lem Charlie, and the nerdy Thrope Damon to the crime ridden Vancouver Canada.

Review: I was a bit disappointed. There was a lot of the same action and humor, but it rang flat for me. Pros--The ever funny and witty lines. I mean Barant knows how to keep them coming. Jace and Charlie's back and forth is guaranteed to make everyone who has ever had a "partner in crime" giggle. The dream sequences were detailed and felt like you were in the dream with Jace. The sex scene, pretty hot.

Cons--it was just flat. It didn't really add anything to the main plot, except for the ending which is of course a cliffhanger. But the cliffhanger appeared out of nowhere. Also, we barely saw some of our favorite characters, and one was glaringly missing. And the villain was not very scary. It was just . . . enjoyable, but flat.

Sex: One hot sex scene, kissing. nothing too over the top.

Violence: some fighting, action sequences. Nothing too brutally described.

Favorite Quote:
"Then I'm going to operate on the assumption that I'm right."
"Don't you always? No, don't answer that. Very well, the Yakuza are collaborating with not one, not two, but three of the most powerful entities we know of-- one of whom tried to kill you. How do you plan to proceed?" "I figured I'd charm them with my winning personality and dazzling wit."
"Excellent. Would you prefer cremation, a closed-coffin ceremony, or burial at sea?"

Next Book: Undead to the World, coming out November 27, 2012
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Decent, but the series has so much more potential 10 Mar. 2013
By jacqueline - Published on
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I loved the first of the Bloodhound Files - the author created an interesting alternate universe and had a good mystery. But the books have gotten more and more complex and less enjoyable. This book isn't as bad as the "nightshade" one, but I think the author should stick to the her new world and not continue to add layer over layer of complexity, like all the magic and dream stuff. A world run by vampires, golems, and werewolves is awesome enough... keep it simple and keep the mysteries good. In this book, the central mystery (the disappearance of vampire children) was a good story, but all the alternate dimensions/heaven/hell stuff made it very very confusing and hard to follow. Still like the humor.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful series for excape 21 Dec. 2012
By Michelle - Published on
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I recommend this book for anyone who loves to escape in another world. D.D. Barant has the all too rare talent of drawing you into the parallel universe of "The Bloodhound" so much so that you may forget that you are reading a book. If you love science fiction and a smart read, do not hesitate to dive into this series. Just make sure you do not have anything to do, because you will not be able to put the books down.
Back from the Undead 4 Feb. 2013
By Borderakita - Published on
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DD Barant Does not disappoint in this sequel of the Bloodhound Files. Definitely not your average Girl meets Wolf, Vamp story, Jace, an FBI agent pulled into an alternate reality tests her skills against criminal masterminds. Not knowing if the people who want her trust can actually be trusted. I have re-read the series four times and like it better each time. A worthwhile read.
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