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Where Kitty is trouble is sure to follow.......,
This review is from: Kitty Raises Hell (Mass Market Paperback)
Kitty and the Deads Man's Hand was not my favourite Kitty novel but I think Kitty Raises Hell redeems the series.
Kitty and Ben have return from Las Vegas and unknown to them a supernatural being has been sent to extract vengeance from the Band of Tiamat. It starts of innocently enough (as innocently as public vandalism can be) with the defacing of the Full Moon's door and very quickly explodes from their. It has only been a short time since Ben and Kitty have been made alpha pair of the Denver pack and Kitty is still trying to understand the challenges and leadership responsibility that she now has. One thing that she is quickly realising is that she must protect the pack at all costs. This, I think, is the wolf side of Kitty growing and stepping up to the challenge. The violence evolves and there is still no understanding of what is hunting not only Kitty but the whole pack, leaving fire and ashes in its wake. Kitty is frantic to find the answers before it is too late.
Gradually, Kitty's circle of friends she can trust widens, and this I think adds more depths to the series. It is not just Kitty frantically running around looking for answers (though there is still plenty of that) she now has people that she can turn to in times of trouble, and as any reader of this series knows wherever Kitty is trouble is sure to follow. Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand, I would have given 3 ½ stars, Kitty Raises Hell 5 stars.