|Rights||UK & Comm excl Canada|
|Publication Date||3rd September 2009|
Book 3 in the New York Times and UK Bestselling Morganville Vampire series
They’re going to have fun, even if it kills them. Again.
Claire Danvers’s college town may be run by vampires but a truce between the living and the dead made things relatively safe. For a while. Now people are turning up dead, a psycho is stalking her, and an ancient bloodsucker has proposed private mentoring. To what end, Claire will find out. And it’s giving night school a whole new meaning…
What The Critics Said
'I didn’t think it was possible but I enjoyed Midnight Alley even more than the first two books in the Morganville series...I adore Myrnin. He has to be my favourite character...Morganville’s series flow is absolutely fantastic... and in my opinion should, be read as one big novel rather than lots of separate titles...These books are just like candy, you won’t want to stop here.'
Once Upon a Time
'Like all of Rachel Caine’s novels, Midnight Alley rockets along at a frantic pace that should keep readers engrossed from the first pages right the way through to the story’s cliff-hanger ending. The action packed vampire fantasy plot ticks all the right boxes for its teen audience and has enough appeal to win over adult readers too... Enriched with complex characters – not all vampires are evil (although most are) and not all humans are kind or good - these contradictions keep the story from sliding into vampire monster movie cliché territory. 4 stars'
'We’d suggest dumping Stephanie Meyer’s vapid Twilight books and replacing them with these.'