|Series:||John Redlaw: Book 1|
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They live among us, abhorred, marginalised, despised. They are vampires, known politely as Sunless. The job of policing their community falls to the men and women of the Sunless Housing and Disclosure Executive – SHADE. Captain John Redlaw is London’s most feared and respected SHADE officer.
But when the vampires start rioting in their ghettoes, and angry humans respond with violence of their own, even Redlaw may not be able to keep the peace. Especially when political forces are aligning to introduce a radical answer to the Sunless problem, one that will resolve the situation once and for all...
Redlaw is New York Times best selling author James Lovegrove at his very best.
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- Redlaw by James Lovegrove | Albedo One
Overall, Redlaw by James Lovegrove is well written and entertaining. If you've read anything by Lovegrove, then you'll know what to expect as this book is based on the same structure. It is violent, with a shallow and mostly ...
- Redlaw | James Lovegrove - author
So here's Redlaw, what I fully expect to be the first in a series of novels about a former policeman turned vampire wrangler. I really set out with this one.
- Redlaw: Red Eye | James Lovegrove - author
If there was one thing Redlaw knew how to do, it was locate vampires. He was in a strange, alien city, and the weather was diabolical. But wherever you were.
- Redlaw: Red Eye | James Lovegrove - author
The sequel to Redlaw is finally here. This one sees our vampire-policing hero, now working freelance after events in the first novel, travel to the east.
- Redlaw by James Lovegrove | The Weekly Rot
There's a blurb from The Bookseller that appears on several of James Lovegrove's book covers that reads "Lovegrove has become to the 21st Century what J.G. Ballard was to the 20th." I find this comparison funny, or at least ...
- Redlaw Extract | James Lovegrove - author
Chapter 1 Nikola, as he ran, wished many things. He wished he was faster. He wished he had wings. Above all he wished he had never strayed.
- Redlaw: Red Eye by James Lovegrove | Thinking about books
book For once, I'm going to say something good about the blurb. The catch phrase, ?A bad day in the Big Apple? is actually rather appropriate in the same way that the title, Redlaw: Red Eye by James Lovegrove (Solaris ...
- Redlaw: Red Eye Cover | James Lovegrove - author
This has just come in, hot off the press, or hot off Clint Langley's hard drive at any rate. I'm trying to be cool and casual about it, you know, it's a nice.
- Graeme's Fantasy Book Review: 'Redlaw' ? James Lovegrove ...
I love reading about vampires and I love watching them on TV too; I just hate it when they sparkle? I'm all about vampires that are only thinking about where their next meal of human blood is coming from and vampires that ...
- Redlaw by James Lovegrove book review
In the end Redlaw really made my day. Showing again a nice take on vampire fiction but with a full-tilt action (Cindermakers, [...]
- Book Review - Redlaw by James Lovegrove | The Eloquent Page
Book Review - Redlaw by James Lovegrove. Published by Solaris Books.
- Interview: James Lovegrove, author of Redlaw | My Bookish Ways ...
I'm thrilled to have James Lovegrove on the blog today! James is the author of over 35 (35!!) novels for adults and children, and his newest, Redlaw: Redeye just came out from Solaris! He was kind enough to answer a few of ...
- Redlaw by James Lovegrove ? Book Review [Bane of Kings] | The ...
Bane of Kings reviews Redlaw by James Lovegrove, published by Solaris Books. ?Moves along at a fantastic pace. Are you watching, Hollywood?? ~The Founding Fields. James Lovegrove has recently become one of my ...
- Pointless Philosophical Asides: Redlaw by James Lovegrove
My review of Redlaw by James Lovegrove is up at the Zone. This is another bad book, and another bad review. As I've noted before, I hate reading bad books and writing bad reviews in about equal measure. I'm inclined to ...
- Redlaw by James Lovegrove | Thinking about books
book. Without fear of contradiction, I'm able to confirm Redlaw by James Lovegrove is the best vampire book of 2012 (so far). A book like this is why I read through relative mountains of printed material. Every now and then, ...