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Lilly's Angel: Fangs & Halos Series Book 1

Charlayne Elizabeth Denney

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ISBN 10: 0989768503 / ISBN 13: 9780989768504
Published by Heavenly Fangs Books, 2013
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Title: Lilly's Angel: Fangs & Halos Series Book 1

Publisher: Heavenly Fangs Books

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Edition: 1.

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1900—Storyville, New Orleans—In Mahogany Hall, the famous brothel on Basin Street, Lilly Marchantel goes to bed with a client and is found dead. She’s buried in a crypt in St. Louis 1 Cemetery. The client, Marcus Lancaster catches a boat headed out of town.2005—New Orleans—In the wake of Hurricane Katrina the angels answer the call for help and one, an Enforcer angel named Sullivan is sent to find two vampires who haven’t been given the rules. Because all vampires go to Hell eventually.How much trouble can an angel get into in a drown city? Could that beautiful young woman he was sent to talk to be as innocent and unworldly as she appears to be?And what’s up with her cat?The first book in the Fangs & Halos series, Lilly’s Angel brings the worlds of Heaven and Earth together setting up a collision course between the angels and the vampires.

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The first part of the book is set in the red light district of Storyville, New Orleans in the historically famous Mahogany Hall brothel on Basin Street in 1900. All the characters in this part of the book are real historical people except for Lilly, Marcus, Jesse, and Abe. Names were taken from the US Census for 1900 for Mahogany Hall, Lulu White did own that particular brothel, and all the mourners at the funeral were real people from the Storyville area or Treme.  
 
Flash forward to 2005, the night of Hurricane Katrina, just after the big storm passed and water began to inundate the famed city. Enforcer Angel Sullivan, hunting for two non-recognized vampires in the city, is jumped and left for dead. He wakes up in the crypt that Lilly and her vampire cat, Baron, have lived in for over 100 years. That's when his life gets very complicated.
 
Again, all the places in this section are historically correct and were in the condition that Lilly and Sullivan find them in the story. A bar, open for the hurricane and after was featured on national news casts. A haunted Irish Pub, vacant and locked during the storm is a real place. Southern Decadence, the "Gay Mardi Gras" was cancelled but some very enterprising people who remained in the French Quarter during the hurricane had a very small parade through the French Quarter, and Lilly and Sullivan joined them. The mansion Lilly goes to visit is in the Garden District and is based on the Magnolia Mansion Bed and Breakfast on Prytania Street.
 
Readers will find a new way to look at angels and how they organize their work in the Fangs & Halos series as well. And they will never look at con-trails in the sky the same way again...
 
Lilly's Angel combines historical accuracy with an interesting and compelling fiction overview.

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