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Jill Kismet
3 : Redemption Alley

by Lilith Saintcrow
Feb 1, 2012
6 Hours
Ages 18+
When her police contact asks her to look into a "suicide", she suddenly finds herself in a labyrinth of deception, drugs, murder -- and all-too-human corruption. The cops are her allies, except for the ones who want her dead. The hellbreed are her targets, except for the ones who might know what's going on. Her city is in danger, time is running out and each lead only draws her deeper.

How far will a hunter go when her city -- and her friends -- are on the line?

Just far enough.

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Director & Cast

Director Rose Elizabeth Supan
Starring Julie-Ann Elliott, Michael John Casey, Richard Rohan, Colleen Delany, Gregory Gorton, Terence Aselford, David Coyne, Yasmin Tuazon, Ken Jackson, Elizabeth Jernigan, Steven Carpenter, Thomas Keegan, Danny Gavigan, Kimberly Gilbert, Joseph Thornhill, Patrick Bussink, Eric Messner, Allison Thomas, Nanette Savard, Alyssa Wilmoth, Christopher Graybill and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Matt Jacobs
Dialogue Editors Allison Thomas and Rose Elizabeth Supan
Sound Designers Allison Thomas
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Great story by K (Posted on 8/7/2018)
Great story. Really enjoyed the introduction of other Hunters and seeing how they go about business. As always the sound effects and voice acting are top notch.
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Read it in one day- shows ya how good this one is. Best so far comparing to the first two books...very little of the self-pitying moments, very little neuroticism...straight through and through badass kickass hunter mode for this one just the way it supposed to be. Maybe the lack of Perry and her boyfriend's interference allow her to bring out her real self? Whatever's the case, this one is the best so far- and I hope the next books stay true to form and don't regress to her earlier needy self.

The plot seems a bit recycled from Dante Valentine's...cops dying, secret experiment and all that, but much better executed than Dante.

Quite a few tearjerker moments too especially at Carp's funeral.

I love it how at the end of the funeral scene we're given about 5 seconds of peaceful, bird noises...kinda engraving that moment on a listener's mind for a long time to come.

Like the facedown against the Asian nightbread with the tentacles...

best acting...Leon in my opinion...the right mix of sleepiness and meanness...kinda reminds me of Han Solo lol. Too bad he didn't really get to kick that many asses.

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