Sunday 6 September 2009


Kitty Norville, the country's only celebrity werewolf, thinks she's finally got her life sorted. Her radio show is as popular as ever and she and her cute lawyer boyfriend are the alpha pair of Denver's werewolf pack. Now she and Ben plan to tie the knot human-style - by eloping to Vegas. And just to make things more fun, she's going to do her midnight radio show live from Vegas - and on television. In between getting wed and going live on TV, she's also planning on sipping fru-fru drinks by the pool while she works on her tan. So what can possibly go wrong?

Well, their hotel is the venue for a werewolf-hating bounty hunter convention. Elsewhere on the Strip, an old-school magician might just be wielding the real thing. The vampire community is harbouring a dark secret... and the irresistibly sexy star of a deeply suspicious animal act is determined to seduce Kitty. Sin City has never been so wild and Kitty has never had to fight harder - to save not only her wedding, but her very life.

I really like the American covers, but I think this cover is really cool too.

This is one of my most favourite series, so whenever a new book comes out, I pretty much devour it. Which is exactly what I did with this one.

Kitty and Ben go to Vegas, where she'll be be doing her show live on television. Oh yeah, and while they're there, they might as well get married too. But in typical Kitty fashion, not only are they staying in a hotel filled with werewolf-hating fanatics, but a magician with what seems to have a very basic stage show turns out to be a little more than he appears. Not to mention that an animal act that captivates the audience could just be a pack of shifters hiding a horrible secret.

It's just Kitty's luck to find herself in the middle of everything, while someone else is trying to seduce her away from Ben.

Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand was another brilliant, action-packed, enthralling addition to this awesome series that flows so well I couldn't put it down. And as always, I can't wait to read more!

Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand, September 2009, ISBN 0575090049, Gollancz Paperback

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