In this delectable fantasy romp, a shape-shifting private detective with sexual identity issues hunts a serial killer preying on the Supernatural community
Who but the indomitable Piers Anthony could write a hard-boiled detective-novel-fantasy-comic thriller featuring demons, succubi, zombies, ghosts, serial murder, gender bending, and a healthy dose of good, clean sex? Anthony’s remarkable imagination has taken glorious flight once again with WereWoman — and no one does it quite like Piers Anthony!
The classy dame who walks into fledgling private eye Philemon’s office is like Venus in motion and is most definitely a Witch. But dealing with Supernaturals — or “Supes” for short — is Phil’s beat, since he himself is a shape-changing Were. And this sexy sorceress is offering him the “friendship of her thighs” to investigate a murder, so how can he possibly refuse? But the Warlock slaying in question turns out to be only the first in a series of homicides, because someone — or something — is picking off Supes like insects. Soon the search begins leading the brand-new dick into places outside the mundane realm — into a Demon amusement park, through the doors of an Incubus-Succuba dating service, and into some very sticky situations where he’ll need to undergo a supernatural sex change just to stay alive.
Piers Anthony Dillingham Jacob (born 1934) is an English American author in the science fiction and fantasy genres, publishing under the name Piers Anthony. He is most famous for his long-running novel series set in the fictional realm of Xanth.
Many of his books have appeared on the New York Times Best Seller list. He has claimed that one of his greatest achievements has been to publish a book for every letter of the alphabet, from Anthonology to Zombie Lover.