Kitty Steals the Show - Carrie Vaughn Reviews
Description:ISBN 0575098708 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Carrie Vaughn / Edition: Mass Market Paperback / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is ... more
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Carrie Vaughn Kitty Steals the Show (Kitty Norville 10)
Kitty has been tapped as the keynote speaker for the First Intern ...
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Carrie Vaughn Kitty Steals the Show (KittyNorville)
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Carrie Vaughn's urban fantasy series featuring werewolf, Kitty Norville, was one of the first of this genre that I read and enjoyed and over the intervening few years it's remained consistently good. 'Kitty Steals the Show' is book 10 in this ongoing series and, for me, though I hate to say it, it was anything but a show-stopper. Synopsis: There is an international conference on the paranatural to be held in London and Kitty has been asked to appear as the keynote speaker. Kitty, husband Ben, together with the human Cormac, head for London and soon find themselves embroiled in the middle of a supernatural power struggle. This first conference not ... Read the complete review
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