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Murder by Death

I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.

Dead Heat (Alpha and Omega, #5)

Dead Heat  - Patricia Briggs

This is the re-read I'd planned to do for the werewolves square (my original review is here), before I thought I could use Pratchett's Night Watch instead.  But since that didn't work out, I'm back to the re-read, which is ok because the new Alpha and Omega book is coming out next spring and without a re-read I'd have forgotten too many of the series details to hit the new book with any confidence.


Dead Heat holds up amazingly well under a re-read.  The action is even faster paced that I remember from the first time around, and I had completely forgotten how it ended - not the sad parts of course - but the actual final battle.  I love reading about Charles and Anna and I love the connection to the Native American beliefs that were tightly woven through this story.


Now I just have to wait 6 months before the next one.