Synopses & Reviews
Kiki Strike and the Irregulars saved the world last night.
You might want to send them a thank you note.
Ananka Fishbeins mother considers her the resident underachiever of the Upper East Side. Of course, she doesnt know Anankas nights are all about hanging with a butt-kicking superspy named Kiki Strike and their friends, the Irregulars. If Anankas mom knew her daughter was responsible for protecting a secret world under New York City, she wouldnt think about sending Ananka to boarding school . . . on a farm!
But Ananka doesnt have time to clean up that misunderstanding. Not when a runaway hottie may have stolen a secret map, a long lost father appears, a two-thousand-year-old Chinese mummy needs saving and way too many secrets threaten the very existence of the Irregulars.
What's happening in New York City?
A Haunted Mansion.
Six fierce friends with fiercer secrets.
Ananka is in danger of being sent to a remote boarding school; Kiki's life (as always) is in danger, Betty seems to have found love in all the wrong places, and Oona....well, Oona's the one in the most serious trouble of all. From Chinatown to Fifth Avenue, whether they are rescuing kidnapped children or resuscitating an ancient Empress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Irregulars have a knack for finding trouble, and putting it out of its misery.
NYC's hottest underground superspy is back--in a brand new package!
There's a secret part of New York City that no one knows about. It's protected by a mysterious group of girls known as the Irregulars, led by the alluring Kiki Strike.
The adventure heats up in The Empress's Tomb, when all of the Irregulars have to put aside their personal problems and fight for their city.
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Eternal Ones comes this brand-new package for her first two Kiki Strike novels in anticipation of the third-The Darkness Dwellers, hitting shelves in Winter 2013!
About the Author
KIRSTEN MILLER lives in New York City where she spends her time drinking coffee, exploring the city, and writing. Kiki Strike was her first novel and was a Today Show Al Roker Book Club Pick.