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KITTY AND THE SILVER BULLET
by Carrie Vaughn

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Politics can be nasty, but in the world of vampires and werewolves, it can be downright deadly. Over the course of this series, the evolution of Vaughn's protagonist, Kitty Norville, from submissive youngster to take-charge leader has been fascinating. The intensity is dialed way up as this story races to its pulse-pounding conclusion.

A phone call from home regarding her mother's ill health causes werewolf and late-night talk show host Kitty to brave the wilds of Denver once again. This time, she's joined by werewolf-boyfriend Ben. But for Kitty, the timing couldn't be worse: She's walked into the middle of a vampire war.

Master vampire Arturo has let events slide to the point that fellow ancient vampire Rick feels it necessary to step in. With her bitter enemies siding with Arturo, Kitty fears her family and lover will be the first targets. Whether she wants to or not, Kitty must choose a side. (GRAND CENTRAL, Jan., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Grand Central

Published: January 2008

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