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Till Death, the stand-alone prequel to the upcoming, urban fantasy series, The Independent Necromancers’ Bureau.In a world where rogue necromancers control the dead and turn them against the living, The Independent Necromancers’ Bureau works to keep law and order.When some uninvited guests show up at a wedding party, Cassie Dune— an agent with the INB— must fight to stop tTill Death, the stand-alone prequel to the upcoming, urban fantasy series, The Independent Necromancers’ Bureau.In a world where rogue necromancers control the dead and turn them against the living, The Independent Necromancers’ Bureau works to keep law and order.When some uninvited guests show up at a wedding party, Cassie Dune— an agent with the INB— must fight to stop them. With the aid of Detective Inspector Luke Baron, Cassie must stop a rampaging horde of zombies before it’s too late— an act that causes her to learn more about her power and its origins....

Title : Till Death,(Independent Necromancers' Bureau, #0)
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ISBN : 30987522
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 306 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Till Death,(Independent Necromancers' Bureau, #0) Reviews

  • Montzalee Wittmann
    2019-04-04 00:26

    Wonderful short paranormal story!What if you could be on a paranormal or necromancer cop team? You know, talk to ghosts, raising the dead but more likely putting the dead back where they belong! This is a couple of situations of one of the necromancer. I loved this short story!

  • Bill Tillman
    2019-03-27 06:09

    This was a freebie from the author. A great little story of agent Cassie Dune, her cat Mr. Nibbles, and ghost companion Dylan. This is a quirky Brit book which is wonderful.

  • Henry Sheppard
    2019-04-06 00:13

    This small book is intended as an intro to a series of zombie stories. It felt rushed and thin to me, and would have benefited from a deeper, more textured approach. Nonetheless, I'm sure Victoria's writing will develop over time.* I was given a copy of this short story by the author in return for an honest review.

  • nina perich
    2019-04-20 08:01

    Necromancer reciewVery well done a different take on necromancer stories can't wait for the next book to come out. Hope to read it soon

  • Steve Ross
    2019-03-26 06:58

    Got a problem distinguishing the living from the dead? Generic problems with life and death? Do you need a more sensitive approach than the ever-popular “Let's just kill all the Zombies” (excuse me, The Reanimated) method?Call in the INB, The Independent Necromancers Bureau, a unit of the police force, a squad sufficiently enlightened and adequately empowered to fight the dark side of post-mortem life or aid the crossover, working with the light.In “Till Death,” Victoria Deluis grounds the story's (possibly impossible) needed protective magic in the familiar world of sensory details, pulling off the literary magic of the reader's suspension of disbelief—something necessary for all good fiction but even more so in a story like this. So much so that you'll want to read the next episode of the INB. (And no, this elite squad is not closed to applications, but your resume must be in top shape.)

  • Loudelah0
    2019-03-29 05:09

    This book was very confusing at the start.I was really jumpy and I don’t know if it was just me not concentrating well enough but I couldn’t work out who was who and what the timeline of these characters lives were. I realised a few pages in that it was a zombie book which made me like it a little bit more and the story eventually picked up. When I finally figured out who the characters were (I started to concentrate more) I liked how it was so action packed fighting zombies and trying to survive there was still a strong romance and connection between Cassie and Luke.I also liked how the story line involved around Cassie’s tattoo and how it was a physical symbol and it was able to tell her where certain things were. I LOVED the element of action, romance and fantasy mixed into on shirt story.I am very grateful that the author of this book kindly gifted me this book for an honest review.

  • Heather Karn
    2019-04-20 05:25

    I really liked this short story. Usually I'm not a fan of them, but this one I liked. The characters were developed nicely, and as this is a prequel to a series, you were left with just enough suspense at the end to want to read more. The two main characters worked well together. I really liked the personality pairing with those two. Though the mood was dark, it wasn't overbearing. It was still light enough that it didn't drag the story down. It was a perfect balance. I can't wait to read more so that more of my questions get answered! (Yes, you will have questions, but that's the point of this book! Why continue if everything was solved in the prequel?). This is a must read.

  • Mandy Walkden-Brown
    2019-04-03 08:17

    Thoroughly enjoyable indeed! I was given a copy of this short story by the author in return for an honest review. If this well written introduction to a planned series is any indication, the series is undoubtedly going to be quite brilliant. The world the author has created with its magic, necromancers and the reanimated, (zombies to you and I), is an interesting place to visit. The characters of Cassie and Luke are warm and likeable and their humour is dry and amusing. There's an intriguing twist in the tale and I'm definitely looking forward to discovering just where that may lead. I'm pleased I have discovered yet another author worth following. Highly recommended.

  • Amy
    2019-04-04 01:26

    I was hooked by the first paragraph! When there are zombies involved in a story sometimes it can get cliche. Nothing about this story was cliche. The story was so inventive. Cassie has powers that you want to know more about and you cant wait to see where they lead. I cant wait to read the other stories in this series! I received this story in exchange for an honest review.

  • Wanda
    2019-04-20 07:04

    Taut and suspenseful story. Good characters. I enjoyed it immensely and wished it was longer. I liked the heroine and found the story very interesting. I look forward to reading more by this author.

  • Victor Catano
    2019-04-21 05:26

    Great appetizer... ready for the main courseVictoria DeLuis' short stories about the Independent Necromancers' Bureau are great fun to read. This one sets up some potentially disturbing paths for our heroine to travel. Looking forward to the full novel!

  • Victoria
    2019-04-18 02:20