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by Kasey Mackenzie

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Mackenzie proves that her thrilling debut was just the start of great things to come, as her Fury heroine is once again embroiled in a major mess. The two sides of Marissa Holloway’s world are in turmoil, which makes this a nonstop ride packed with mystery, betrayal and murder. As more details about the characters are revealed, they add richness to a story and series that are well worth reading!

Boston’s chief magical investigator Marissa and her crew are called to a murder where the victim is a Bastai, or cat shapeshifter. It turns out that the victim was an old boyfriend of FBI agent Harper Cruz, who is also a Cat and has just announced her engagement to Penn Banoub, of the Hound shifters. To say that this is causing consternation within the families is an understatement. When another of Harper’s old lovers is murdered, Riss realizes they have a serial killer on their hands. The fact that Riss’ Warhound lover Scott Murphy had a fling with Harper places him at risk. If that weren’t enough, ugly and deadly politics are roiling the Fury and an assassination attempt is made on Riss and her family. Never make a Fury mad. (ACE, Jul., 304 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: ACE

Published: July 2011

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