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Undeath and Taxes

Undeath and Taxes by Drew Hayes

Book 2.  In which a vampire accountant become a Certified Public Paranormal Accountant. . . .

Fred's job matters more in this than in book 1.  But we have more episodic (though connected) adventures.  Getting kidnapped while doing a werelion's taxes; helping his girlfriend set up the booth at the paranormal convention; the wielder of a Weapon of Destiny; and more -- involving a chimera, a business Fred should have heard of, that never-alive spirits nevertheless have the same rights and protections under the law as ghosts, the problem that Weapons of Destiny may conduct escapes if not allowed to find their wielders, and more.
Tags: fiction reviews: contemporary fantasy

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