Kazz, who joined the team in book 2, was also present and we get to know her better as the three of them struggle to find who's framing vampires, one of whom is Lacey's boyfriend.
Once again, Markie's portrayal of the world and the law enforcement of the future is descriptive and believable.
Another enjoyable read from Markie Madden
Lacey is awakened by a chilling phone call. Her boyfriend, a Vampire, wakes alone in his home, covered in blood, with no memory of what happened. It looks as if he's violated the Undead Oath, and fed on a human.
While he's in custody, more reports come in from all over the city. Other Vampires, covered in human blood, know nothing about what they've done. Lacey and her team struggle to find the person responsible for framing Vampires for murder.
Can the Undead Unit put a stop to the worst hate crime in Dallas' history, and can Lacey overcome accusing the man she loves of homicide?