It's only taken two books for the dynamic duo of Adams and Clamp
to cement their position as premier authors of paranormal fiction. Picking up where last year's Hunter's Moon
left off, Moon's Web adds more intricate layers and terrifying action to the adventures of Tony and Sue. Gritty and unique, with amazingly Byzantine character development, this inside look at the unconventional world of shape-shifters
is a page-turner in the truest sense.
In the year since becoming a werewolf, former mafia assassin Tony Giodone's life has undergone some major changes. He and his human mate, Sue, have relocated to Chicago under new names and have joined the pack of alpha wolf Nikoli Molotov.
Agent Bobby Mbutu is a member of the "Wolfen," the cops of the Sazi (shape-shifting) world, and also a friend of Tony's. Bobby's arrival, however, signals big trouble, for it turns out that Tony's old mafia boss, Carmine, is ready to make war on the Sazis. Carmine's Sazi girlfriend, Babs, has been abducted and Bobby announces that she is not the first to go missing.
Having Tony on the case will pacify Carmine and buy them some time to uncover the truth. Time is of the essence, though, since all the powerful Sazi leaders are coming to town for a meeting and a Sazi serial killer is still on the loose.