Hamilton, Laurell K.

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The 28th novel in Anita Blake’s world centers on a supporting male character who does not necessarily advance the plot but gives space to see more of Rafael and his rodere.

Sucker Punch

Blake’s 27th outing (after Serpentine) is a crafty murder mystery wrapped in plenty of fur and fury. Fans of the series will be pleased to see Anita Blake’s return. [See Prepub Alert, 2/12/20.]


This strong entry in Hamilton's long-running "Anita Blake" series (after Crimson Death), is sure to draw in urban fantasy readers, newbies, and longtime fans.

Dead Ice: An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Novel

Number 1 New York Times best seller Hamilton (Jason; Affliction; A Shiver of Light) is still thrilling fans with #24 in the Anita Blake series with her amazing multifaceted characters and intricate multilayered world, a mix of erotic romance, crime-drama, and paranormal/fantasy fiction. Her descriptive prose is gritty and raw, with a mosaic of humor and horror to tell this complex, well-detailed story. But it's her enigmatic stable of stars that continue to shine, managing their improbable interpersonal relationship dynamics.

A Shiver of Light

Recommended specifically for readers of dark fantasy who have an interest in this author and her lengthy series. ["[Hamilton's] ingeniously imaginative worldbuilding, erotically inventive plot, and dark lyrical narrative are still impressive," read the review of the Berkley pb, LJ 6/15/14.]

A Shiver of Light: A Merry Gentry Novel

After a five-year hiatus, best-selling author Hamilton returns with a spellbinding series follow-up. Her ingeniously imaginative worldbuilding, erotically inventive plot, and dark lyrical narrative are still impressive and don't lessen now that Merry is a mom. Fans will rejoice as the author puts Merry and her merry men through their paces in and out of the bedroom. For new readers, the series, which has a strong R rating, should be read in order.


Fans always welcome the books that feature Marshall Ted Forrester (Edward) as a guest star. Public libraries will want to purchase.

Kiss the Dead

Fans will expect this to be available, but it's not the audiobook to sell newcomers on the series.

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