Review: Kitty Raises Hell by Carrie Vaughn

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Review: Kitty Raises Hell by Carrie Vaughn
Kitty Raises Hell
Book Info

Released: March 1, 2009
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Series: Kitty Norville #6
Pages: 311

In continuing with the media style unique storylines I have come to expect from Kitty, radio talk show host extraordinaire, in this installment she joins forces with a paranormal reality TV show.Paradox PI is a group of “psychics” and “ghost busters”. They go around haunted houses and track down ghost activity, feel for a presence, etc. When they come to town, Kitty of course wants in on the action. She wants an interview, they want her on the show. What better way than to have the interview live while they work and as their shows gets recorded.

Sounds simple and entertaining, right? But of course, nothing is simple in Kitty’s life. Someone is after her again. This time is an entity that she’ll have to figure out what, who and why wants to harm her, and maybe go through great lengths to protect those she loves. Even if that means dealing with the devil (or vampire, as it may be).

Vampire intrigue, a psychic who uses a ouija board to talk to ghosts, and strangers from Kitty’s past, but sadly, a Cormac sized hole. Although the story was great, I made the grave mistake, apparently, of falling in love with Cormac early on in this series only to have him disappear for a great part of it. Yes, Ben loves Kitty, but sometimes that is not enough for me. We’ll see what craziness Kitty can get into next.

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About Carrie Vaughn

Carrie Vaughn is the New York Time Bestselling author of close to twenty novels and over seventy short stories. She's best known for the Kitty Norville urban fantasy series about a werewolf who hosts a talk radio advice show for supernatural beings -- the series currently includes thirteen novels and a collection of short stories -- and the superhero novels in the Golden Age saga. She also writes the Harry and Marlowe steampunk short stories about an alternate nineteenth century that makes use of alien technology. She has a masters degree in English lit, graduated from the Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop in 1998, and returned to the workshop as Writer in Residence in 2009. She has been nominated for the Hugo Award, various RT Reviewer Choice Awards -- winning for Best First Mystery for Kitty and The Midnight Hour -- and won the 2011 WSFA Small Press award for best short story for "Amaryllis."

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