The Devil You Know, by Jenna Black (Dell Spectra, 2008)

Freelance exorcist Morgan Kingsley has demon problems like she never expected. To her immense annoyance, she’s the unwitting host for Lugh, exiled king of the demons, who’s using her as a refuge while a power struggle in the Demon Realms … Continue reading

Shadows Fall, by Simon R. Green (Roc, 1994)

Somewhere off the beaten path of society and civilization, there lies the mysterious town of Shadows Fall. The elephants’ graveyard of the imagination, it’s where gods and heroes, legends and monsters, myths and childhood companions all go when their time … Continue reading

Night Child, by Jes Battis (Ace, 2008)

When the body of a dead (for real) vampire is discovered in an alley, Tess Corday, Occult Special Investigator for the Vancouver office of CORE – Central Occult Regulation Enterprise – is called into action, to determine just who this … Continue reading

Hunter's Prayer, by Lilith Saintcrow (Orbit, 2008)

In Santa Luz, if there’s a Hellbreed problem or bizarre murder that needs investigating, they call in Jill Kismet. Hunter, exorcist, spiritual exterminator, kickass bitch, she wears many titles, not all of them complimentary. With her lover/partner, the werecougar Saul … Continue reading

Hotter Than Hell, by Jackie Kessler (Zebra, 2008)

For centuries, the incubus Duanuan has seduced women, killing them and claiming their souls for the realm of Lust, down in Hell. He’s damned (literally) good at what he does, and he knows it. But when his boss, the great … Continue reading

Happy Hour of the Damned, by Mark Henry (Kensington, 2008)

Amanda Feral is a zombie, a foul-mouthed fashionista who trolls the bizzare nightlife of supernatural Seattle with her best friends (a vampire, a succubuss, and another zombie), drinking flirtinis and occasionally eating unwary humans by night, advertising executive by day. … Continue reading

Daemons Are Forever, by Simon R. Green (Roc, 2008)

For centuries, the powerful Drood family has protected the world from monsters, demons, evil cultists, and things that go bump in the night. Clad in their distinctive golden armor, they’ve been a terrifying, secretive force for justice, fighting a host … Continue reading

A Kiss Before The Apocalypse, by Thomas E. Sniegoski (Roc, 2008)

Meet Remy Chandler, P.I. Unlike ordinary detectives, he can turn invisible, speak any language, and read thoughts on occasion. And while he appears to be human, he’s not. Once upon a time when the world was young, he was the … Continue reading

Succubus On Top, by Richelle Mead (Kensington 2008)

Life is starting to look up for Georgina Kincaid, part-time bookseller and full-time succubus. After all, she’s got a job where she can score as many white chocolate mochas as she wants and a boyfriend who also happens to be … Continue reading

Succubus Blues, by Richelle Mead (Kensington, 2007)

At first glance, Georgina Kincaid is just your average everyday retail monkey, working as a clerk for Emerald City Books and Cafe, one of Seattle’s finest bookstores. Her weaknesses: shoes, white chocolate mochas, and Seth Mortensen, one of today’s most … Continue reading