From New York Times bestselling authors Charlaine Harris and Nalini Singh and national bestselling authors Ilona Andrews and Meljean Brook, tales of man’s worst friend…
In these hound-eat-hound worlds, anything goes… and everything bites.
Follow paranormal bodyguards Clovache and Batanya into Lucifer’s realm, where they encounter his fearsome four-legged pets, in Charlaine Harris’s The Britlingens Go to Hell. Seek out a traitor in the midst of a guild of non-lethal vampire trackers, one that intends to eradicate the entire species of bloodsuckers, in Nalini Singh’s Angels’ Judgment. Find out why the giant three-headed dog that guards the gates of Hades has left the underworld for the real world — and whose scent he’s following — in Ilona Andrews’s Magic Mourns. Embark on a perilous search for the kidnapped niece of a powerful vampire alongside her blind — and damn sexy — companion and a hellhound in Meljean Brook’s Blind Spot.
These four novellas by today’s hottest paranormal authors will have hellhound lovers everywhere howling.
Charlaine Harris (born November 25, 1951 in Tunica, Mississippi) is a New York Times bestselling author who has been writing for over twenty years. She was raised in the Mississippi River Delta area. Though her early works consisted largely of poems about ghosts and, later, teenage angst, she wrote plays when she attended Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. She began to write books a few years later.
After publishing two stand-alone mysteries, Harris launched a lighthearted series "starring" Georgia librarian Aurora Teagarden, with Real Murders, a Best Novel nominee for the 1990 Agatha Awards. Harris wrote eight Aurora titles. In 1996, she released the first of the much darker Shakespeare mysteries, featuring the amateur sleuth ... (more)
Written by Sini 2013-12-08
This is an anthology and there are four stories: Charlaine Harris's The Britlingens Go to Hell Nalini Singh's Angels' Judgment Ilona Andrews's Magic Mourns Meljean Brook's Blind Spot I only read Harris's and Andrews's stories, because I am not familiar with Singh's and Brook's series and not going to read those. Harris's story has nothing to do with Sookie Stackhouse, and it was boring as... hell. In Goodreads this is numbered as 9.2 in the Sookie-series, but I have no idea why. ... (more)