Fair Game : An Alpha and Omega Novel
When the FBI request a pack consultant on a serial killer case they're following in Boston, Anna and Charles are sent in. They quickly realise that not only the last two victims were werewolves - all of them were. Someone is targeting their kind. And if Charles and Anna can't get to the bottom of this mystery, they may be next ...
- Paperback | 352 pages
- 111 x 177 x 21mm | 174g
- 09 Mar 2012
- Little, Brown Book Group
- London, United Kingdom
- black & white illustrations, maps
Other books in this series
The latest super Alpha and Omega investigative urban fantasy (see CRY WOLF and HUNTING GROUND) is a fantastic thriller that plays out on two levels. First there is the paranormal police procedural as a hunt reminiscent of the Fritz Lang classic movie M occurs. Second there is the personal issue between the Alpha and the Omega as she refuses to allow him to stonewall her while he feels she deserves better since he is losing his mind to guilt and remorse. Overarching remains the X-Men theme of de facto and perhaps de jure racism. This is another winner by the fabulous fantasist Patricia Briggs. Alternative-Worlds.com Patricia Briggs is my absolute favorite author other than JK Rowling ... The Alpha and Omega series has a wonderful quality of emotion driven stories, usually ones where a character is breaking and needs Anna's tranquility. Fair Game is my favorite thus far BITTENBOOKS.COM
About Patricia Briggs
Patricia Briggs graduated from Montana State University with degrees in history and German. She worked for a while as a substitute teacher but now writes full-time. Patricia Briggs lives in the Pacific Northwest.
Our customer reviews
Do not get me wrong with the title, I did like this book but I did not love it. I have read all the books in this series and in the Mercy Thompson series and this was the biggest dissapointment. I expected a more of a conection to happen with Charles and Anna, more romance or more bonding. But it didn't really have that. I like it not love it, I would only reccomend this book to people who have already read the earlier books in the series.show moreby Perri Harcus