Other Books in Series
This is book number 10 in the Kitty Norville series.
- #1: Kitty and the Midnight Hour (Compact Disc): Email or call for price
- #2: Kitty Goes to Washington (Compact Disc): Email or call for price
- #3: Kitty Takes a Holiday (Kitty Norville (Audio) #3) (MP3 CD): $24.99
- #4: Kitty and the Silver Bullet (Kitty Norville (Audio) #4) (Compact Disc): $34.99
- #5: Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand (Kitty Norville #5) (Compact Disc): Email or call for price
- #6: Kitty Raises Hell (Kitty Norville (Audio) #6) (MP3 CD): $24.99
- #7: Kitty's House of Horrors (Kitty Norville #7) (MP3 CD): $19.99
- #8: Kitty Goes to War (Kitty Norville #8) (Mass Market): Email or call for price
- #9: Kitty's Big Trouble (Kitty Norville #9) (Paperback): $19.99
- #11: Kitty Rocks the House (Kitty Norville #11) (Mass Market): Email or call for price
- #12: Kitty in the Underworld (Kitty Norville #12) (Paperback): Email or call for price
- #13: Low Midnight (Kitty Norville #13) (Mass Market): Email or call for price
- #14: Kitty Saves the World: A Kitty Norville Novel (Mass Market): Email or call for price
- #15: Kitty's Mix-Tape (Kitty Norville #15) (Compact Disc): $34.99
Kitty has been tapped as the keynote speaker for the First International Conference on Paranatural Studies, taking place in London. The conference brings together scientists, activists, protestors, and supernatural beings from all over the world—and Kitty, Ben, and Cormac are right in the middle of it.
Master vampires from dozens of cities have also gathered in London for a conference of their own. With the help of the Master of London, Kitty gets more of a glimpse into the Long Game—a power struggle among vampires that has been going on for centuries—than she ever has before. In her search for answers, Kitty has the help of some old allies, and meets some new ones, such as Caleb, the alpha werewolf of the British Isles. The conference has also attracted some old enemies, who've set their sights on her and her friends.
All the world's a stage, and Kitty's just stepped into the spotlight.
About the Author
Carrie Vaughn is best known for her New York Times bestselling series of novels about a werewolf named Kitty who hosts a talk radio show for the supernaturally disadvantaged. Her novels include a near-Earth space opera, Martians Abroad, from Tor Books, and the post-apocalyptic murder mysteries Bannerless and The Wild Dead. She's written several other contemporary fantasy and young adult novels, as well as upwards of 80 short stories, two of which have been finalists for the Hugo Award. She's a contributor to the Wild Cards series of shared world superhero books edited by George R. R. Martin and a graduate of the Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop. An Air Force brat, she survived her nomadic childhood and managed to put down roots in Boulder, Colorado.
“Vaughn's trademark sense of humor continues to distinguish this urban fantasy series, and the seamless integration of a variety of paranormal creatures (including vampires, werewolves, and shape-shifters) in the everyday world is entertaining…readers new to the Kittyverse will also find a fine introduction to this richly populated, fascinating paranormal world.” —Library Journal on Kitty’s Greatest Hits
“What makes Vaughn’s terrific stories really pop is how she manages to combine outright thrills with an offbeat sense of humor and then mesh it with Kitty’s dogged determination. The result—entertainment exemplified!” —RT Book Reviews, 4½ stars Top Pick! on Kitty’s Big Trouble
“This refreshing froth of light entertainment avoids werewolf dominance clichés and obvious racial stereotypes in favor of communication, action, and adorable old-married-couple sweetness.” —Publishers Weekly on Kitty’s Big Trouble
“I relished this book. Enough excitement, astonishment, pathos, and victory to satisfy any reader.” —Charlaine Harris on Kitty and the Midnight Hour
“The open nature of Kitty's character and the way Vaughn makes her such a likeable character make this the only urban fantasy world where I want to read every book of the series.” —The Denver Post