My TBR pile is an overstuffed six foot tall bookcase, but I *really* struggle when I'm on deadline and have a book I desperately want to read sitting beside my bed. Well, I'm in that situation about two books right now. The first is a manuscript by a friend of mine, Kate Davies. She let me read the first three chapters and they were FABULOUS, so now I can't wait to read the rest. The second is MASTER OF WOLVES by Angela Knight. I'm a big fan of Angela's and have read all her books. So, waiting to read this one is nothing short of torture. And there it sits, taunting me... Sigh...
What do you think? Doesn't it sound good?
(Berkeley Sensation, April 4, 2006)
When Jim London's best friend is murdered, Jim vows to catch the killer. Leaving it for the local police to solve is out of the question, because he suspects they are involved. Jim is more than capable of taking action if they are -- he's a werewolf. Realizing the only way to investigate the department is from the inside, he decides to go undercover -- as a police K-9. His "handler" is lovely Faith Weston, the only person on the Clarkston Police Department who isn't up to her neck in murder. But Faith has no idea her "dog" Rambo is a werewolf, or that the department she serves is rotten with corruption. But it doesn't take her long to figure it out.