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Subject: Werewolf Books: Know Any?
Date Posted: 12/14/2008 2:32 PM ET
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I cannot find the thread about good werewolf books. So can you give me suggestions or show me the link?

I know about the Kitty books and the books by Patricia Briggs. Know any more?


I would like books that center more around werewolves and their pack structure--Not so much books with one or two werewolf characters.

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Date Posted: 12/14/2008 2:52 PM ET
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How about The Passion by Donna Boyd,  Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause and the 3 books in the Legends of the Wolves series by Alice Borchardt (Anne Rice's sister!).

Date Posted: 12/14/2008 3:21 PM ET
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Ripplecreek Werewolf series by Keri Arthur

Date Posted: 12/14/2008 7:49 PM ET
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Kelly Armstrong's Bitten.

Shelley Laurenston's The Main Event, The Beast In Him, and The Mane Attraction.   And Pack Challenge.


Date Posted: 12/14/2008 9:50 PM ET
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Ilona Andrews has the Kate Daniels series with werewolves, vampires and other magical creatures.

Date Posted: 12/14/2008 11:05 PM ET
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The Ukiah Oregon book series by Wen Spencer.  Borderline SF.  But the Dog Warriors have pack behavior.

Rebecca York's Moon series.

Eileen Wilks

Subject: the bloodrunners trilogy..nocturnes, but excellent reads..
Date Posted: 12/15/2008 12:02 AM ET
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Subject: Shifters and werewolves
Date Posted: 12/17/2008 3:45 AM ET
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Here is just a list


Frank, Jacquelyn -has 2 of her books with shifters

Galenorn, Yasmine- one of the sister is a cat shifter

Singh, Nalini 

Armstrong, Kelley-try her first books- great!

Krinard, Susan

Handeland, Lori

Hamilton, Laurell-mix

Macinerney, Karen 

Eden, Cynthia-erotic

Feehan, Christine-wild rain?

Sunny- various shifters

Cole, Kresley-3rd immortal book

Wilks, Eileen

Kittredge, Caitlin 

Vincent, Rachel- cat shifters

Hope this helps! :)

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Date Posted: 12/17/2008 10:22 AM ET
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My absolute favorite werewolves and shifters - - - Shelley Laurenston.   OMG, I love her.  I think she and Nalini Singh (who also does shifters) are my new favorite authors.

Date Posted: 12/17/2008 3:10 PM ET
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Is Nalini Singh funny like Laurenston? I've heard the name but haven't read any of her stuff..I've read 2 of Laurenston's and have 2 more in tbr and 3 ebooks in tbr of Laurenston's..I liked 'the mane event' a lot but 'when he was bad' was good but not nearly as enjoyable to me as the mane event..

Date Posted: 12/17/2008 4:06 PM ET
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Is Nalini Singh funny like Laurenston?

nope, but her books are really good.

Date Posted: 12/19/2008 1:53 AM ET
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Cheri Scotch's Voodoo Moon trilogy is really good. Its a little more horror than paranormal but its got a lot of romance elements. http://www.paperbackswap.com/book/browser.php?s_type=b&k=cheri+scotch&ti=&a=&g1=&b[]=Paperback&b[]=Hardcover&b[]=Audio+CD&b[]=Audio+Cassette&pd_type=e&pd=&r=n&sby=&oby=ASC&ts=&saved_name=

Date Posted: 12/22/2008 5:54 PM ET
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Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake Series has some werewolves in them.  I'm currently just about to finish up on book 4, The Lunatic Cafe, and it's revolved around werewolves, vamps, and other preternatural creatures.


Subject: Naked Came The Sasquatch
Date Posted: 12/30/2008 12:10 AM ET
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By John Boston.

I don't particularly enjoy werewolf books, so I may not be a good judge, but this one is generally highly regarded. I liked it, but as my review notes, it's a little too clever for its own good.

Date Posted: 1/4/2009 4:12 PM ET
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Werewolves aren't my favorite paranormal creatures either but I'm enjoying The Accidental Werewolf by Dakota Cassidy right now.  I believe this is a new series and it is worth a try.