Master of Wolves
by Angela Knight
‘Mageverse’ series Book #3
When Jim London’s best friend is murdered, Jim vows to catch the killer. Leaving it for the local police to solve is out of the question, because he suspects they’re involved.
Jim is more than capable of taking action if they are – he’s werewolf. Realizing the only way to investigate the department is from the inside, he decides to go undercover – as a police K-9.
His “handler” is lovely Faith Weston, the only person on the Clarkston Police Department who isn’t up to her neck in murder. But Faith has no idea her “dog” Rambo is a werewolf, or that the department she serves is rotten with corruption.
But it doesn’t take her long to figure it out.
Review: Finished February 20th, 2007. I really liked this series. Angela Knight writes with a ‘magic’ touch. Descriptions of different worlds makes it all sound real, the bad guys menacing enough to give you the shivers, and the main characters are wonderfully written. They don’t fee ‘fake’ in any way, shape or form (no pun intended.) The wars (arguments) with each other, the wars within themselves, brings this book to life like no other. You feel what the characters feel, about themselves and towards each other. The words used to describe the magic can make your own skin tingle. I hope Angela Knight is around for years to come!