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    Another thrilling novel in this brilliant series

    How does Patricia Briggs do it? Installment eleven, Mercy and Adam are married and yet the writing is as gripping and enthralling as ever. After the last book where Mercy and the Columbia Basin werewolf pack took a stand to defend humanity against the fae there has been an uneasy peace. Now Adam has been forced into providing protection to US politicians in a meeting with the Gray Lords of the fae while Mercy is fighting zombie pygmy goats and a coven of witches who are looking to take over. As old allies reveal themselves to be something else Mercy must make alliances with old enemies in order to protect the peace and the citizens she has claimed as her territory. This has absolutely everything I have come to expect from Patricia Briggs, intricate plotting, a large cast of characters old and new, humour, love, tragedy, suspense. She weaves her story so effortlessly, sweeping the reader along in her wake breathless and hanging on her every word. I truly wanted to read this slowly and savour every sentence, analyse every scene and probe every ulterior motive. Instead I read this book at breakneck speed, barely able to put the book down to do my job. I only gave it four stars because I thought it could have been waaaaay longer, I wanted to carry on reading for hours and hours. I'm still reeling from the first and last deaths, so different and both made me sad. Where does Mercy go from here? I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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