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

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

The Good, The Bad, and the Undead, by Kim Harrison (HarperTorch, 2005)

Finally free of the death threats which plagued her existence ever since she and her friends, the vampire Ivy Tamwood and the pixy Jenks, quit their jobs as “runners” for Inderland Security, Rachel Morgan is able to turn her attentions, … Continue reading

A Fistful of Charms, by Kim Harrison (HarperTorch, 2006)

Meet Rachel Mariana Morgan, witch and bounty hunter. She has a spectacular talent for getting into the sort of trouble most supernatural beings can only dream about. As part of the independent runner firm, Vampiric Charms, she’s staked out something … Continue reading

For A Few Demons More, by Kim Harrison (Eos, 2007)

You’d think that after a while, the universe would give Rachel Mariana Morgan, witch and bounty hunter, a break. After all, her best friend is a living vampire who’s drinking blood again, the shady machinations of her ex-boyfriend left her … Continue reading

Every Which Way But Dead, by Kim Harrison (Eos, 2005)

Some people have it easy. They haven’t gone into business for themselves as a bounty hunter, with a hyperactive pixie and an actively-prowling vampire as their partners. They haven’t made a deal with a demon to take down an ancient … Continue reading

Ascendancy of Blood, by Eugie Foster (Scrybe Press, 2004)

As a howling mob closes in upon a cursed castle, its vampiric queen unleashes an unholy power to protect her people and herself from utter destruction. In seconds, the castle is overtaken by living vines and giant black roses, as … Continue reading