By: Rachel Caine
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When Shane is arrested for the murder of a vampire, Claire, Eve and Michael set out to get him back. But with Morganville's swift "justice" in play and a bonfire in Shane's future, there isn't much time to prove his innocence.
The Dead Girls' Dance picks up directly after Glass Houses leaves off. Reasonably fast paced, the plot is centered around teenagers facing some very serious situations with the stereotypical teenage level of good/bad judgement. There is a fair amount of more mature content (see rape attempt, roofie, etc) that could be inappropriate for younger audience.
This story includes:
- Language (bitch, bastard, F word)
- Teenage drinking
- Rape attempts
- Implied sex
- Making out between teen and legal adult (kissing, touching, full body contact, all clothing remains on.)
- Physical abuse
- References to past death