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Blue Moon by Lori Handeland
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Nov 26, 10

really liked it
bookshelves: urban-fantasy
Recommended for: Anyone
Read from November 25 to 26, 2010 — I own a copy

A woman is bitten at the scene of an accident on the night of a full moon. Jessie McQuade, a no-nonsense, smart-mouthed police officer in the small tourist town of Miniwa, Wisconsin, searches the dark woods for a possibly rabid wolf. Instead she discovers a splendidly naked professor - Will Cadotte, expert in Native American mythology. When the bitten woman later goes mad and engages in a killing spree, this is only the beginning of a bizarre sequence of events. Discovering that an ancient Ojibwe legend may be relevant, Jesse reluctantly approaches Will for help.

I've been reading Lori Handeland since Any Given Doomsday was sent to me to read and review. I loved her writing style and her way of drawing you into the lives of her characters.

I stumbled along this series in the local Half Price Books store and went ahead and bought every book that they had of the series, ya never know when you'd find them again. They sat on my shelf for a month or so, and while waiting to start my next challenge I picked up the book and again she did the same, she pulled you into the lives of the characters and I'm hooked..

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