Trail of Dead: Scarlett Bernard Book 2

Trail of Dead coverAs a null, Scarlett Bernard possesses a rare ability to counteract the supernatural by instantly neutralizing spells and magical forces. For years she has used her gift to scrub crime scenes of any magical traces, helping the powerful paranormal communities of Los Angeles stay hidden. But after LAPD detective Jesse Cruz discovered Scarlett’s secret, he made a bargain with her: solve a particularly grisly murder case, and he would stay silent about the city’s unearthly underworld.

Now two dead witches are found a few days before Christmas, and Scarlett is once again strong-armed into assisting the investigation. She soon finds a connection between the murders and her own former mentor, Olivia, a null who mysteriously turned into a vampire and who harbors her own sinister agenda. Now Scarlett must revisit her painful past to find Olivia—unless the blood-drenched present claims her life first.

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The Playlist

Come On by The Pandererstodsmallcover
Call it Off
by Teagan and Sara
I Want Some of What You’re On
by The Mates
The High Road
by Broken Bells
Cracks
by Freestylers
Just Tonight
by The Pretty Reckless
Paperweight
by Joshua Radin & Schuyler Fisk
Radioactive
by Imagine Dragons
Patron Saint
by Regina Spektor
Put the Gun Down
by ZZ Ward
Paralyzed
by Sixpence None the Richer
Make Me Wanna Die
by The Pretty Reckless
It’s Time
by Imagine Dragons
Belong
by Cary Brothers
Never Been Hurt
by Sara Melson
Modern Day American Girl
by Patty Medina
All These Things That I’ve Done
by The Killers
A Million Ways
by Ok Go
Since You’re Gone
by The Pretty Reckless
Temptation Waits
by Garbage
All I Wanted
by Paramore
I Wish I Was the Moon
by Neko Case
They Never Got You
by Spoon
Save Me from Myself
by Christina Aguilera
Season of the Witch
by Karen Elson
Cells
by The Servant
Leave My Body
by Florence + the Machine
Rise
by Azure Ray
King of Yesterday
by Jude
Madness
by Muse
Only Happy When it Rains
by Garbage
Seconds Until Midnight
by Ambulette
I Hear the Bells
by Mike Doughty
Hate to See Your Heart Break
by Paramore

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