"Combines the supernatural with the mystery"
Although humans don't know it, werewolves exist right in
your community. They don't think much of Homo sapiens
believing that between overpopulation and war, eventually
the "weres" will inherit the earth one day. They try not
to call attention to themselves because the humans have
superior numbers and can easily kill them off.
When homicide detective Allison Goodnight, a "were"
herself, is called in to investigate a homicide she
immediately knows that the victim was murdered by one of
her own kind. Allison and the other "weres" on the police
force are trying to track the rogue down before the humans
on the case realize exactly what they're dealing with.
Allison also has to seem open with her new partner without
revealing things to him that could call attention to her
race, a difficult juggling act at best.
Lee Killough is a master storyteller who combines the
supernatural with the mystery genre creates a novel that is
original and fascinating to read. The protagonists take on
the human race adds a touch of whimsy to a serious and
complex story line. Let's hope there are more novels in
the future staring this refreshingly unique heroine.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 29, 2002