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Lilith
Lilith Book Cover, written by Fran Heckrotte
Lilith Book Cover, written by Fran Heckrotte
Author(s) Fran Heckrotte
Series Illusionist
Publisher L-Book ePublisher
Publication date February 1, 2008
Media type Paperback
Length 356 Pages
ISBN 978-1934889541
Followed by Warrior Demoness

For other uses of the name Lilith, see Lilith (disambiguation).


Lilith is a novel written by Fran Heckrotte. It is the third work in the Illusionist series by this author. In this work the main character is Lilith.


Overview

  • Title: Lilith
  • Author: Fran Heckrotte
  • Published By: L-Book ePublisher
  • Length: 356 Pages
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-10: 1934889547
  • ISBN-13: 978-1934889541
  • Publishing Date: February 1, 2008


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Plot Summary

Yemaya, the Illusionist, and her journalist partner Dakota, find themselves embroiled in a search for the person responsible for the rape and torture of a young Carpi woman, attending a university in the States. When they decide to visit a local nightclub for women only, they find the owner and her employees unusual. Dakota feels mysteriously attracted to one of the clientele while Yemaya recognizes a kindred spirit-in Lilith, the club's owner. Spiritual ancestors, missing whores, a sadistic exporter and new acquaintances lead the two lovers into an adventure of biblical proportion.

Lilith, She was a demoness, as old as humanity itself. Now the owner of a women's only nightclub and part owner of the Sisterhood, a small group of whores who have banned together to create a better life for themselves, it was her job to protect those women who were putting so much trust in her. When a local pimp, decides to eliminate his competition Lilith and her two demon partners want revenge-- and no one knows better how to exact it than demons. This is a revelation of the past, the present and the events that forever changed the course of human history.


Book Review

At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.


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