Plato: Complete Works
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Sarah Wright has a job to die for.She never asked for it, never even filled out an application. To be fair, she didn't ask to die either. Ever since she woke up as a vampire, she only wanted to unlive in as ordinary a way as possible. Alas, the realities of undeath and awakening to the greater existence of the supernatural made certain demands of the family.Her friends have ordinary summer jobs. Sarah runs errands for the vampire boss of Seattle. It isn't such a bad gig when she's not being shot at, chased, clawed up, thrown around, or scrambling to keep her family safe.A 'simple' job to determine the intentions of vampiric exiles new to the area predictably blows up in her face and leaves her playing chicken against an elder bent on destroying society.At least if she messes up this time, the world won't be destroyed. probably.
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