Vaughn, Carrie

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The Heirs of Locksley

The follow up to Vaughn’s Ghosts of Sherwood enlivens the later years of Robin Hood, showcasing a richly conceived piece of historical fiction/fantasy with snappy dialog and fast-paced action.
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The Ghosts of Sherwood

The first of the “Locksley Chronicles” (Heirs of Locksley is due out in Aug.), Vaughn’s (The Immortal Conquistador) look at what comes after Robin Hood is a delightful novella, filled with lively action and characters who continue to stretch the original story even further.

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The Immortal Conquistador

This fast-paced novella, filled with action and emotion, offers a satisfying entry back into the “Kitty Norville” series.
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The Wild Dead

This thrilling postapocalyptic mystery, which demonstrates the author's wide range of style, will please Vaughn's many fans.
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Bannerless

Urban fantasy author Vaughn (Dreams of the Golden Age) switches gears with this compelling deft postapocalpytic tale.
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Martians Abroad

Vaughn, moving away from her popular "Kitty Norville" urban fantasies, has penned a riveting sf stand-alone tale with broad YA crossover appeal.
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Low Midnight

Fans of Vaughn's series (last visited in 2013's Kitty in the Underworld) who have been waiting for a book focusing on supporting character Cormac Bennett will be happy the lycanthrope assassin finally gets his own story...
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Dreams of the Golden Age

The decision to age down this sequel to a younger protagonist makes this even more of a YA title than the first book, keeping the fast-paced adventure but with more teen angst and less of a cynical bite.
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Kitty in the Underworld

The latest outing for werewolf Kitty Norville ensnares her in a trap within a silver mine by supernaturals who want to use her unique qualities to destroy a powerful vampire...

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