From New York Times best-selling author, Kim Harrison, comes the fourth book in her brilliant series, The Hollows; packed with vampires, werewolves and witches - don’t miss out on this sexy urban fantasy.
There's no rest for the wicked, even when the taint on your soul isn't your fault.
It would be wise for witch and bounty hunter, Rachel Morgan, to keep a low profile right now. Her new reputation for the dark arts has piqued the interest of Cincinnati's night-prowlers, who despise her and long to bring an end to her interference, one way or another.
Nevertheless, Rachel must risk exposure. Her ex-boyfriend, Nick, has stolen a priceless Were artefact, and, as tempting as it may be to let the Weres him apart, Rachel feels obliged to attempt a rescue. But other sinister forces also covet the relic Nick has hidden. Some who desire it so badly, they will take the city – and everyone in it – apart to wield its frightening power.
‘action packed … chick-lit with a supernatural twist.‘
‘A spellbinding blend of sharp wit and vivid imagination. A wonderfully fun romp through the supernatural world.’
‘Discovering a new series like this is like finding buried treasure.’
About the author
Kim Harrison was born and raised in the upper Midwest. After gaining her bachelors in the sciences, she moved to South Carolina, where she remained until recently moving back to Michigan because she missed the snow. When not at her desk, she's most likely to be found landscaping her new/old Victorian home, or scouring antique shops to fill it.
Two narrators interpret Kim Harrison's bounty hunter.A Fistful of CharmsKim Harrison, read by Marguerite Gavin. Tantor Audio, unabridged, 14 CDs, 17 hrs., Although this is her fifth outing for Tantor playing bounty-hunting witch Rachel Morgan, Marguerite Gavin seems far more comfortable here playing the supporting characters than the lead. Without much emotion or effort, Gavin speeds through most of book four in Harrison's series at a breakneck pace. Her Morgan has no passion or sense of humor and in turn no real likability. She fails to capture the tension and urgency that can clearly be found in Harrison's writing. On the positive side, Gavin's male roles are rich and well-voiced. A HarperTorch paperback (Reviews, May 22, 2006).
Hang in there
I still enjoy reading the series. A little frustrating but i believe things are picking up. Don't give up on the series.