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Sinopsis: After "Several Devils," Devlin Kerry and Cassandra Wolfe aren't just friends anymore, but they'd rather not advertise. Trouble is, they're already in advertising, where secrets are practically illegal. Word is out... so to speak.
Worse, Dev has a demon. Cassie says it's her own fault for being celibate for years ("You can't go around not sleeping with people and not expect to get into trouble"). They thought they'd exorcised the demon, but Monica is back. And this time, she plans to stick around.
This sequel picks up where "Several Devils" left off, as the staff of J/J/G Advertising tries to get back to normal the morning after a wild Halloween night. But every day is Halloween at J/J/G, the way these people behave, and everyone there is a devil of some kind. The last thing Dev and Cassie need is an actual demon -- a chance for mischief that Monica can't resist. Thanks to her, they have trouble coming from all directions: co-workers, clients, TV reporters, the family-values crowd and even a possum.
Worst of all, a new co-worker may not be what she seems. Dev and Cassie are about to learn the true meaning of "hell to pay."
About the Author: Several Devils was the direct result of K. Simpson's seeing Bram Stoker's Dracula one too many times in the fall of 1992. The Average of Deviance was the direct result of both. Even though the connection with the movie was written out years ago, the whole Devil's Workshop series essentially started there.
Or maybe it started way back in childhood. Simpson always loved Halloween, ghost stories and vampire movies; she still likes almost everything in that genre, from Anne Rice to Elvira. She thinks it's all a form of theater -- which may be why it appeals to her.
She has no known personal demons, doesn't worship the Devil and doesn't work for an ad agency. But she is from the Midwest and does know a little too much about advertising people. She's even worked for companies so crazy that they make J/J/G look like IBM.
That's not necessarily a bad thing. She hates being bored.
Título: The Average of Deviance
Editorial: Fortitude Press, Inc.
Año de publicación: 2002
Condición del libro: New
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