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Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand
January 5, 2009 - Amy Phelps
Alpha pair Kitty and Ben have decided to make it official - elope to Vegas in Carrie Vaughan's "Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand." But a simple romantic wedding alone turns out to include not only her parents, but her radio show when producers decide a televised version live from Vegas would bring in the ratings. Not only will Kitty be taking calls from the supernatural world, now she also has to deliver a message to the Master vampire for her vampire ally. Once Kitty gets there, she hopes to get everything else out of the way so she can concentrate on Ben, but there's a gun show going on in her hotel with a bunch of bounty hunters who don't like werewolves, a stage magician that also might be the real deal and a strange animal act. With all of this going on, will Kitty find time for drinks by the pool, let alone for her own wedding? And will what happens in Vegas stay in Vegas?
Kitty's trip to Vegas is a fun new adventure for the character, and a bit lighter than her last book. The story is a breezy page turner with a mystery edge and Kitty and Ben are a great romantic couple.
"Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand" is published by Grand Central Publishing. It is $6.99 and 282 pages long.
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