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Btvs The subject of this article is non-canonical.
While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse.

Redemption is an Angel novel. Written by Mel Odom, it was originally published on June 1, 2000 by Pocket Books.



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 had 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.

As the attempts on Whitney's life continue, the trio uncovers a symbol that links the perpetrators to an ancient cadre sworn to battle creatures of the night. But what could connect Whitney to someone that Angel once knew — almost two centuries ago?




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  • Los Angeles

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International titles

  • French: Rédemption (Redemption)
  • German: Der Blutorden (The Blood Order)


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