The Good, the Bad, and the Undead - Kim Harrison This book picks up where the first book ended and because it had been so long since I read book #1 it was a bit disconcerting. My memory isn't that great and I basically remembered nothing about the first book.

This time around witch Rachel starts out by snatching a fish (still not sure where this going), and getting caught up in the drama of living with a vampire who has some trouble keeping her dark side under control.

Later: This was a solid enough installment in the "Dead Witch" series and I did eventually figure out the deal with the fish. This series would benefit from some dark edged humor because it did tend to drag a bit here and there and personally I would've like to have read a bit more blood and gore. It seemed a little too clean for the genre but maybe it's just me.