Synopses & Reviews
Drafted into working for the Order of Merciful Aid, mercenary Kate Daniels has more paranormal problems than she knows what to do with. And in Atlanta, where magic comes and goes like the tide, that's saying a lot.
But when Kate's werewolf friend Derek is discovered nearly dead, she must confront her greatest challenge yet. As her investigation leads her to the Midnight Games—an invitation-only, no-holds-barred, ultimate preternatural fighting tournament—she and Curran, the Beast Lord, uncover a dark plot that may forever alter the face of Atlanta's shapeshifting community.
"Raudman voices each of the many characters uniquely…[and] transports the reader to the hellish streets of Atlanta, where were-creatures and vampires are the least of the characters' worries." ---AudioFile
In this third entry in the Kate Daniels series, the paranormal mercenary faces her greatest challenge yet when she is forced to hunt down and neutralize her werewolf friend's attackers.
About the Author
Ilona Andrews is the pseudonym for a husband-and-wife writing team. Ilona Gordon is a native-born Russian, and Andrew Gordon is a former communications sergeant in the U.S. Army. They met in college, in English Composition 101. Gordon and Ilona currently reside in Georgia with their two children and two dogs, and are currently working on Kate Daniels's next adventure. Renee Raudman is a multi-award-winning audiobook narrator. A multiple Audie Award nominee, she has earned a number of AudioFile Earphones Awards, including for The Last Secret by Mary McGarry Morris and Wesley the Owl by Stacey O'Brien, as well as a Publishers Weekly Listen-Up Award for Joe Schreiber's Chasing the Dead. She has also performed on film, TV, radio, and stage, including the recurring roles of Jordon on ABC's One Life To Live, Phyllis on NBC's Passions, and guest-starring roles on prime-time TV. She has been heard in cartoons (The Simpsons, Billy and Mandy), videogames, and on the E! channel. Her narration of Homer's Odyssey by Gwen Cooper was selected by Library Journal as one of the best audiobooks of 2009, and her reading of Marthe Jocelyn's Would You was selected by the ALA as one of the best young adult audiobooks of 2009.