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Subject: can anyone help a werewolf junkie ?
Date Posted: 10/5/2008 9:45 AM ET
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ok, so werewolves are my favorite thing ever, but so far every book/ series i have tried i didnt like.

so, my paranormal pals, can anyone recommend a really good read?? or even a series, not rebecca york

or lori handleand..

Date Posted: 10/5/2008 10:06 AM ET
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Keri Arthur, she has 2 different werewolf series.  (Riley Jensen series, Ripplecreek Werewolf series)

Patricia Briggs had 2 series that are connected. (Mercedes Thompson series, Alpha & Omega series)

Date Posted: 10/5/2008 10:39 AM ET
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Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld Series...  Bitten, Stolen, Broken,...

Carrie Vaughn's Kitty series...

..and of course, Patricia Briggs..

Date Posted: 10/5/2008 11:49 AM ET
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Robert R. McCammon has a very good werewolf novel, The Wolf's Hour

To a lesser degree, I also recently read William D. Gagliani's Wolf's Trap.

Date Posted: 10/5/2008 11:52 AM ET
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Susan Krinard

19th Century Werewolf
1. Touch of the Wolf (1999)
2. Once a Wolf (2000)
3. Secret of the Wolf (2001)
4. To Catch a Wolf (2003)
5. To Tame a Wolf (2005)
Call of the Wolf (omnibus) (2006)

Roaring Twenties Vampire / Werewolf
1. Chasing Midnight (2007)
2. Dark of the Moon (2008)
3. Come The Night (2008)

 

Ronda Thompson

Wild Wulfs of London
The Dark One (2005)
The Cursed One (2006)
The Untamed One (2006)

 

MaryJanice Davidson

Wyndham Werewolf
1. Love's Prisoner (2000) (in Secrets 6)
2. Jared's Wolf (2002) (in Secrets: 8)
3. Derik's Bane (2005)

 

Date Posted: 10/5/2008 12:26 PM ET
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There's also Alice Borchardt (Anne Rice's sister, I believe), but I can't speak for her werewolf novels (haven't read them yet) (The Silver Wolf, Night of the Wolf, The Wolf King) - has anyone read them, who may have thoughts?

Date Posted: 10/5/2008 1:12 PM ET
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i've read (and kept) the Alice Borchardt werewolf books.  it's been a while, but if i remember correctly, i really liked the first and third, and wasn't so fond of Night of the Wolf, but they're all connected so i think it's probably best to read it anyway.

definitely Patricia Briggs, and the Kitty series by Carrie Vaughn.

Subject: Keri Arthur - Riley Jensen books
Date Posted: 10/5/2008 1:18 PM ET
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If anyone does want these, I have the first 5 (not posted yet) that I'll send for 3 credits.  PM me if interested.