Death & Honey by Kevin Hearne, Chuck Wendig, and Lila Bowen feature three stories involving “death & honey.” I bought this for Oberon’s Meaty Mystery and have enjoyed the other authors, but not the particular worlds these stories come from.
Are you looking for a dark vampire urban fantasy? Do you love references to pop culture, snark, and fast-paced action? Then grab, I’m Glad You’re Dead by Hunter Blain, the first audiobook in the Preternatural Chronicles.
No Country for Old Gnomes by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne is the second novel in the Tales of Pell. This is not a continuation and works on its own. Fans of Monty Python will delight in this fantasy universe.
Echoes of Evil by Heather Graham is the twenty-sixth book in the Krewe of Hunters paranormal romantic suspense series but can be read as a standalone. Once again I listened as Luke Daniels is narrating. Key West and a murder-mystery involving musicians quickly pulled me in.
Pale as Death by Heather Graham is part of the Krewe of Hunters series, but contains a standalone case and romance. Once again Luke Daniels narrates as LAPD detective Sophie Manning hunts down a killer who seems to echo the infamous Black Dahlia Killer. Bruce McFadden, a consultant for the FBI steps in to help. Sizzling chemistry, murder, and ghosts delivered another fantastic case.
A beast of an audiobook, A Plague of Giants is the first of the epic Seven Kennings, fantasy series by Kevin Hearne. Narrated by Luke Daniels, I quickly became caught up in this magical tale.
Travel through the land of Pell with a motley crew of characters in Kill the Farm Boy by Kevin Hearne & Delilah S. Dawson. An over the top humorous tale that reminded me of Monty Python’s Holy Grail. and movies like Spaceballs and Galaxy Quest. This will be a tale that folks will either love or hate so I’ve tried to share reasons to listen.