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The Hole Behind Midnight by Clinton Boomer (e-book on my Kindle). WAY too much fun, reminiscent of Douglas Adams--but with, as my mother would have said, "blue language." VERY blue. No less funny--just a heads-up for anyone for whom that could be an issue.
Darkfever by Karen Marie Morning: Seelie faes, Unseelie faes, a seer who is able to see both, a murder to investigate and a forbidden book that both Fae courts are 'hunting' by any means necessary.

I am just at the beginning but i am really loving it so far.

I even like that the female lead is not the classic tough girl but rises to the occasion with the determination and strenght all the same.