Image of Stalking the Others (H&W Investigations Novels)


Image of Stalking the Others (H&W Investigations Novels)

Haines’ fourth H&W Investigations novel has plenty of action and blood-letting, and some intriguing discoveries are made. If you want likable characters who are easy to empathize with, this may not be for you. It finishes with a disappointing non-ending. The series is most enjoyable if read in order.

Shiarra Waynest is not happy. First, she learns that the Sunstriker werewolf ring is behind the murder of a reporter. Then, there’s a chance she may be infected with the lycanthropic virus, and she’s worried that the belt and its entity that gives her enhanced skills and senses is turning her into something she doesn’t want to be. She turns to the White Hats for help hunting down the Sunstriker werewolf pack. Her first kill makes her more influenced by the belt and open to a better understanding of who inhabits it and his motivations. Unfortunately, it becomes apparent that the entity is slowly influencing her thoughts and actions more and more, causing her to blame the vampire Alec Royce for her troubles and focus her anger on him. (ZEBRA, Jul., 352 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley