KITTY’S HOUSE OF HORRORS by Carrie Vaughn [Review]

Kitty's House of Horrors

Kitty Norville, werewolf and radio talk show host, returns in her seventh book, Kitty’s House of Horrors by Carrie Vaughn. When Kitty is approached by Hollywood producers to participate in a reality show about supernatural creatures, she’s reluctant to sign up. But the lure of free publicity is strong and plus she finds out a few of her friends are going to be on the show too. Kitty soon finds herself filming the show at a lodge in a remote part of Montana with shapeshifters, vampires, and psychics. What starts out as a normal reality show quickly changes into something more sinister and Kitty and her friends must fight for survival.

Even though I’m a big fan of urban fantasy, Kitty’s House of Horrors is the first book in the Kitty Norville series that I’ve read. I have to say that I really enjoyed it and I’m glad I discovered the series. Kitty is a tough chick with a snarky sense of humor that doesn’t take herself too seriously. My favorite thing about Kitty’s House of Horrors is that the storyline reminded me of one of my favorite books by Agatha Christie, And Then There Were None. It has a similar tension-filled premise, but without the whodunit aspect of Christie’s book. Kitty’s House of Horrors is a page turning story with plenty of action and the right amount of blood and gore. I was a little worried that I would be confused because I hadn’t read previous books in the series, but I had no trouble jumping right in. I’d recommend the Kitty Norville series to any urban fantasy lover, especially fans of Patricia Briggs, Charlaine Harris, and Kim Harrison.

Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars | Publisher: Grand Central Publishing | Pages: 304 | Source: Publisher | Buy on Amazon

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