Hell to Pay, by Simon R. Green (Ace, 2006)

Lilith may be gone for good, but the Nightside, that sordid dark heart of London remains, a magical place where anything’s possible, everything’s for sale, and everyone has a hidden agenda. And as long as the Nightside endures, there’s work … Continue reading

Kitty Takes A Holiday, by Carrie Vaughn (Warner, 2007)

Kitty Norville has had enough of society for a while.  After being outed as a werewolf on national television, the feisty radio personality decides it’s time to retreat to the wilderness and write her memoirs and lay low for a … Continue reading

Blood Engines, by T.A. Pratt (Bantam, 2007)

When Marla Mason, sorcerer overlord/guardian of the East Coast city of Felport, travels to San Francisco in search of a magical artifact, she expects it to be a quick trip. Get in, get what she needs, get out with a … Continue reading

Ill Wind, by Rachel Caine (Roc, 2003)

“Mother Nature is schizophrenic and homicidal, and the only thing that stands between you and hideous, painful death is a couple of thousand people worldwide hanging on by their fingernails.” –Joanne Baldwin, Warden Joanne Baldwin, Weather Warden, can control air … Continue reading

Time of Judgment Trilogy, by Ari Marmell, Bill Bridges and Bruce Baugh(White Wolf, 2004)

After twelve years, hundreds of supplements, and dozens of fiction books, White Wolf Games decided to undertake a risky and unusual proposition: rather than update and revise their games, like they’d done twice before, they simply chose to end their … Continue reading

Medicine Road, by Charles de Lint (Subterranean Press, 2004)

Turning from the urban jungle of the mythical North American city of Newford, to the beautiful desert of the American Southwest, Charles de Lint’s latest book mixes the shapeshifting animal spirits that so often feature in his work, with two … Continue reading

Dead Witch Walking, by Kim Harrison (HarperCollins, 2004)

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A witch, a pixy, and a vampire walk into a pub…. No, this isn’t the beginning of a joke. It’s the beginning of Kim Harrison’s amazing new book, Dead Witch Walking. Rachel … Continue reading