Required Reading

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Monday, April 8, 2013

Shadows Before The Sun

Charlie Madigan, a female cop, is back kicking butt.   This time she is out to save her alien partner Hank from a fate that truly is worth than death.  Again Gay provides plenty of action in a good mystery with scifi and urban fantasy co-mingled.

Anyone who reads my reviews know I like butt kicking female protagonists.   I have missed several books between this and My Review of The Better Part of Darkness which was the first Kelly Gay book I read.

Gay develops her story but focuses primarily on Charlie and her outlook of the skewed world she lives in.   Rex has developed into a nicer character.  A couple of things occur in this book that logically followed the story line started in the previous books.   This book can still be read as a stand alone and enjoyed as such. 

Gay titillates the emotions and forces you to love or hate her characters. 

I highly recommend the book.

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