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An angel, a valkyrie, and a vampire army in the 1850s Crimea.

Someone is harvesting souls from the battlefields of the Crimea, turning dying soldiers into a vampire army. The leaders of nearby Constantinople are calling in the hunter clans to cleanse their city, even if it means killing all the law-abiding creatures living among their human neighbors. 

British nurse Florence Nightingale summons her old friend, an angel and fellow nurse, to find the source of the vampires in her hospital. Ashley Moore, together with her valkyrie sister, Ingrid, begins the hunt for clues. They must track down the rogue vampire and stop him before it's too late. 

This spinoff from the best-selling Extreme Medical Services series by author Jamie Davis is an exciting look at the past of angel Ashley Moore. Ashley travels through history, helping the best healers in each age bridge the gap between the human and paranormal worlds. 

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Meh.

This book was just okay. Not the action-packed story of Extreme Medical Services. And, It may be the writing or the narration, but I felt that the dialogue and descriptions were kind of bland.