Date: October 2, 2006 5:31 PM
Topic: Kitty and the Midnight Hour
Kitty and the Midnight Hour by Carrie Vaughn
Kitty Norville has a late-night radio show in Denver. One evening, she takes a call from someone who asks, "Do you believe in vampires?" As it turns out, she does. She even knows a few undead, plus an even larger number of werewolves (in fact, she herself is one). Thus is born Kitty's new hit program, The Midnight Hour, where those who believe in or belong to the paranormal community call in to discuss their problems. It's not long before Kitty faces threats from vampires and werewolves who would rather not have their existence aired publicly. Kitty is a lively, engaging heroine with a strong independent streak and, usually but not always, enough sense to know when to cut her losses. This fast-paced debut novel is the first in what should prove a very popular series.This review is reprinted by permission of Library Journal. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
The 2nd book in the series is Kitty Goes to Washington, (Warner, 2006). Book 3 is Kitty Takes a Holiday (Warner, 2007).