This is a lot of 5 paperback books based on the Angel television series.
Condition: used, acceptable to very good condition with light to moderate edgewear, and some scratching/rubbing on the covers. The pages are clean and tight.
City of has a small tear in the middle of the right edge front cover.
Close to the Ground has creasing and pitting in the front and back covers.
Pocket Pulse, 1999
Synopsis: For Angel, life as a vampire was a constant thrill. Power, danger, cool clothes (never getting old, also a plus. But in the end, it was all about the kill, until he killed the wrong girl.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer was Abgel's first true love, but the relationship was doomed from the start, a moment of true happiness would cause Angel to lose his soul forever. So he left, Sunnydale, Buffy, and everything else meaningful to him.
City of Angels. Run by powerful forces, agents of pure evil. It's a city hard on its human population. If Angel wants to save himself, he's going to have to save them, somehow. With the help of two unlikely allies, a half-demon and an ex-May Queen, he's going to set up shop. And keep watch over his city.
Pocket Pulse, 2000
Synopsis: A crime wave has swept the Los Angeles area, which under normal circumstances would be par for the course. But nothing links these particular victims except the cause of death, their bodies were burned from the inside out.Obviously supernatural forces were at work.
While Angel investigates the murders, Cordelia tracks down a band of child pickpockets. Surprisingly, both searches lead to the same place, a wealthy slumlord who has all but imprisoned the children's immigrant parents.
And conducts elaborate rituals to Latura, the Indonesian God of the Dead.
Pocket Pulse, 2000
Synopsis: When their investigation agency books a walk-in client, Angel, Cordelia, and Doyle couldn't be happier. Whitney Tyler is a beautiful, widely adored actress who plays a vampire on a popular television series. Trouble is, a cult of viewers seems to think she's a real vampire, and has made attempts on her life.
Cordelia has got stars in her eyes now that she's rubbing elbows with Hollywood's elite, and Doyle's just relieved to have signed on a case that didn't start with a vision, and a blinding migraine. But when Angel lays eyes on Whitney, he's astounded, she's the spitting image of a young woman warrior whom he encountered during his early days as the scourge of Europe.
Close to the Ground
Pocket Pulse, 2000
Synopsis: Greed, Fear. Anger. All, technically, human emotiions. But Angel's a demon, not a saint, and he's not immune to human emotions. So when big shot Hollywood studio head Jack Willitts offers him huge sums of cash in exchange for guarding his overprivileged daughter, Karinna, the Dark Avenger takes the gig. After all, as Cordy and Doyle point out eagerly, there's rent to pay. And Willitts can certainly foot the bill.
After accompanying Karinna to several trendy nightspots, Angel writes her off as a spoiled brat. Cordy thinks Angel's too personally involved in the case, but the situation is worse than they suspect. Karinna's in trouble and suddenly Angel and company are being pursued by an unidentifiable creature, bent on destroying everything between it and what it wants most in the world.
Craig Shaw Gardner
Simon Spotlight, 2004
Synopsis: In his two-hundred-plus years on Earth. Angel's seen his share of imitators: kindly, misguided people intrigued by the exotic of being a P.I., not-so-kindly misguided people drawn to the lure of the undead unlife. But s far he's not encountered a clone, a true double.
Enter Angel the Second. And Fred 2.0. And Wesley Redux...A steady parade of perfect doubles arrives at Angel Investigations, but they're not looking for help. They want the original humans (and vampire) dead. And if Angel, Lorne, and they friends can't band together to figure out where the clones are coming from, a murder spree that starts in their lobby might spread to the entire city. But how do you defeat someone who knows your every thought, your every battle plan, your darkest fear? How can Angel defeat himself?