Witch Craft, by Caitlin Kittredge (St. Martins, 2009)

As the newly-appointed Lieutenant of Nocturne City PD’s Supernatural Crimes Squad, packless werewolf Luna Wilder is used to dealing not just with the very worst her beloved city has to offer, but with the disdain and distrust of those who … Continue reading

Soulless, by Gail Carriger (Orbit, 2009)

Miss Alexia Tarabotti is not your average young lady. At twenty-six and unmarried, her chances of finding a prospective husband are almost nil. Worse still, she’s half-Italian and her coloring quite definitely takes after that side of the family. Olive … Continue reading

Second Skin, by Caitlin Kittredge (St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2009)

Ever since she transferred into the Nocturne City’s SWAT division, werewolf officer Luna Wilder has been a lot happier. She gets to deal with people before they die, for one thing, and she’s away from some of the coworkers who … Continue reading

Rogue, by Rachel Vincent (Mira 2008)

As part of making peace with her father, one of the most powerful werecats in North America, Faythe Sanders has taken on the job as one of his enforcers. With her partner/boyfriend Marc, she helps to keep unaffiliated werecats — … Continue reading

Pride, by Rachel Vincent (Mira, 2009)

In the werecat world, there are three ironclad laws which mean a death sentence if violated. No infecting humans and turning them into werecats. No revealing the existence of werecats to the outside world, under any circumstance. And no murder. … Continue reading

Monster Hunter International, by Larry Correia (Baen, 2009)

When full-time accountant and part-time gun nut Owen Zastava Pitt discovers, the hard way, that his boss is a werewolf, and ends up winning the fight by tossing said werewolf out of a fourteenth story window to its death, he’s … Continue reading

Deathwish, by Rob Thurman (Roc, 2009)

The Leandros brothers — brooding, gunhappy Cal, and Niko, the consummate warrior — are once again up to their ears in trouble of the supernatural variety. It’s only been a matter of weeks since their last traumatic encounter with the … Continue reading

Bone Crossed, by Patricia Briggs (Ace, 2009)

Poor Mercy Thompson. She just can’t catch a break. She’s still recovering from the horrific series of events chronicled in the previous book (Iron Kissed), which led to her being drugged and raped by a now-very-dead sleazebag, when the twisted … Continue reading

Staked, by J.F. Lewis (Pocket Books, 2008)

It’s not always easy being a vampire. Take Eric, for example. He’s got some serious rage issues, and both short- and long-term memory problems that have plagued him for his entire undead existence. His girlfriend, Tabitha, keeps insisting her turn … 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