: Back from the Undead (Bloodhound Files) (): D. D. Barant, Johanna Parker: Books. Another work day, another case for the Bloodhound Files. But this time, Jace is truly stumped: How is she, a mere human, supposed to penetrate the dark heart. Undead to the World. A Bloodhound Files novel from DD Barant. Jace’s return to Kansas is an instant reminder that there really is no place like home. The tavern.

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It’s not often that urban fantasy books are set in Canada, and so I always get excited but in this case, Vancouver is unrecognizable. Jun 22, Roielle rated it it was ok.

Needless to say, shenanigans aplenty follow. Stopping child trafficking will see Jace cross the border where her badge doesn’t hold as much power she’s used barrajt and if that were not enough, she’s running out of ammunition for her gun, not that a gun will necessarily help her against the ancient God whose attention sh When Stoker, an old adversary of Jace’s, contacts the NSA seeking help to break up a child trafficking ring, Jace isn’t sure she should leap to the bait.

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 barrang in.

Back from the Undead (The Bloodhound Files, #5) by D.D. Barant

Charlie is still my favorite character. November sure seems far away! Granted the covers are pretty awesome now, but don’t make much sense to the story. He can match Jace in her sarcasm when the moment calls for it. The over all story is pretty good this time though not qu This was a good one and not way out there with alternate realities and time shifts like the 2nd and 3rd. As usual, BFTU had the series’ signature twists and turns that sometime become too complex to comprehend.


He is the villain who have eluded Jace for the last four books of the series. Thropirelem is an alternate universe in which vampires, Golems, and shifters exist in greater numbers than humans and have in fact take over the earth.

Back from the Undead (Bloodhound Files, book 5) by D D Barant

It was just all about Jace and barrxnt case and the evil villians. I loved seeing him for the person he is instead of the monster the monsters fear. While Jace can deal with that what she is having problems with is Cassius has been sent on an assignment. Bac didn’t look good I chuckled many times and it wasn’t just because of the witty dialogue but also of the WTF scenes themselves.

I hated the part with all the gods, ha This is one of those series that I read for a secondary character, Charlie the lem, not a great reason as there is much I don’t care for and find the books to be slow and hard to follow at times. Still trying to figure harrant how a two bit Yakuza made a deal with a God that vampires sacrificed millions of humans to make their deal????!!

Back from the Undead

Oct 20, Jenni Ebba rated it really liked it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. We last left off from book 4 with Cassius confessing his love for Jace.

I bxrrant the second read, but did skim a little so that I could get to 6. I recalled a little bit here and there, but it’s hard to leave a series untouched for awhile and then dive back in and understand all that’s going on. He created an alternate universe, filled it with the usual supernatural creatures and made it not only believable but credible.


I really love the wacky humor of alternate Vancouver as the major center for narcotics trade and multicultural melting pot. When Stoker, an old adversary of Jace’s, contacts the NSA seeking help to break barran a child trafficking ring, Jace isn’t sure she should leap to fro bait. The ending leaves us once again in a quagmire of unanswered questions, hopefully which we will get answers to in the last book Undead to the World but am not betting on it from reviews that I have already noted were mixed again as well as downright uncomplimentary.

The sex scene, pretty hot.

Not sure what I bqrrant of Cassius, where he went, and just what he thinks Jace will be able to do about it. Yes the man she is supposed to apprehend so she can come back to her home dimension. It’s hard to believe since Stoker is a villain. Angst wasn’t something I wanted to get again after book 4. On one hand, I wanted to scream at Jace to shoot the guy already before he ran away again. Not if you have your brain swapped with a twenty-year-old clone of Elvis Presley.

Luckily I have the final book ready to go!