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Quantum Moon (Ty Merrick #1)

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Under the suspicious eyes of the government, Ty must venture into the frozen fringes of a bankrupt society where a mysterious sect called the Opalite keeps its secrets. Where the natural and supernatural collide. Where only a lycanthrope would feel at home...
Paperback, 279 pages
Published August 1st 1996 by Ace
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Kimberly
Out of print, not in ebook, and worth finding. I finished this book a few months ago but have been negligent in my reviews lately. I AM going to track down the rest of the series, though it's old.

Great mix of lots of genres I love. It's urban fantasy from before the subgenre exploded, so it doesn't feel as cliched and formulaic as more recent urban fantasy can sometimes feel. The world is fascinating, with natural resources stretched so thin that major plotlines hang on the struggle for energy c...more
Bryan457
The fascinating background of a future world where your garbage is weighed, you get credit for recycling, your energy usage is measured and controlled, and where everything is reused,recycled, scarce and rationed kept me turning the pages.

The protagonist, detective Ty Merrick, is looking for clues to the identity of a killer, and at the same time is trying to figure out if her "lycanthrope" is magic or neurosis, real or imagined, metaphysical or biological.
Susan
A future dystopia where superstition lives and lycanthropy might just be a medical condition. Vitola has created an interesting world. And a criminal justice system that doesn't work quite like now.
Looking forward to the next one.
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Denise has written 12 novels and has been an editor and creative writing teacher for 37 years. Denise was the Editor-in-Chief of the Emporium Gazette, an ezine devoted to the art and craft of writ ing. She served as the Executive Editor for Cool Well Press, Inc. Her short stories have appeared in such magazines as AMAZING STORIES, the best selling anthology, FORGOTTEN REALMS--The Realms of Infamy,...more
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