Witches, and Werewolves, and Vampires, Oh My!

New York Times Bestselling author Kelley Armstrong is a well-known presence in the world of supernatural fiction. Her latest novel, Tales of the Otherworld, has just arrived at your San Diego County Library! In this follow-up novel to last year’s Men of the Otherworld, Armstrong’s most intriguing lead characters appear alongside her unforgettable supporting players who step out of the shadows and into the limelight.

In “Rebirth,” Aaron, a young Englishman, discover his Vampire heritage. In the lighter “Bewitched,” half demon-witch Eve Levine braves racial stereotyping to connect with sorcerer Kristof Nast. The novella “Beginnings” reveals the backstory of Elena, the heroine of 2004’s Bitten.

Whether you are new to the writing of Kelley Armstrong, or a longtime fan, supernatural fiction fans will definitely enjoy these seven tales of friendship, adventure, and enduring romance! Request your copy of Tales of the Otherworld today!

Or, check out some of the other Kelley Armstrong titles in the collection:

In Broken, pregnant werewolf Elena Michaels is given the task of retrieving a stolen letter allegedly written by Jack the Ripper. She soon discovers that the letter contains a portal to Victorian London’s underworld, allowing the vicious killer access to the twenty-first century, where he and a pair of zombie thugs are searching for Elena.
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In The Awakening, fifteen-year-old necromancer Chloe, having escaped from Lyle House with Derek, Simon, and Rae, finds herself imprisoned in a laboratory run by a sinister organization determined to control her and her supernatural friends.
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Being the world’s only female werewolf has its advantages, such as having your pick of the Otherworld’s most desirable males. And Elena Michaels couldn’t have picked a more dangerously sexy and undyingly loyal mate than Clayton Danvers. In Frostbitten, their bond will be put to the ultimate test as they follow a bloody trail of gruesome slayings deep into Alaska’s frozen wilderness–a trail left by a werewolf more wolf than human and more unnatural than supernatural.
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In Haunted, Eve Levine, a rebellious–and formerly deceased–witch, is brought back from the afterworld by the Fates to help capture Nix, an evil demi-demon who has been preying upon humankind for centuries by inhabiting the bodies of would-be killers, compelling them to complete their lethal acts, and who has set its sights on the people Eve loves the most.
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In Industrial Magic, Paige Winterbourne matches wits with an otherworldly killer preying on the teenage offspring of the underworld’s most influential Cabals, including the Cortez Cabal, whose own rebellious scion, Lucas, is Paige’s boyfriend.
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About Steven Deineh

Steven is a librarian at San Diego County Library headquarters. He mostly enjoys reading young adult fiction (some of his favorites include Feed by M.T. Anderson, Boy Meets Boy by David Levithan, The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling), science fiction/fantasy (Ender's Game & series by Orson Scott Card, The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell, Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke), and fiction (anything by Sarah Waters, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon, Bel Canto by Ann Patchett). When not reading, you can find him sleeping, drinking coffee, and wanderlusting all over San Diego County and the world.

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