Book review: The White Wolf Prophecy by L.K. Kelley

K.J's Athenaeum

Following my new found fandom of author Sallyann Phillips thanks to her Angel’s Blood series, I, a person who had never really enjoyed werewolves, decided to try another book in the same genre. This book was the first booking in The White Wolf Prophecy series by L.K. Kelley.
I can honestly say I have never read anything like it before. I happened upon the author some time ago, and brought the book without even reading the synopsis, I actually do this quite a lot truth be told.
It is very hard to give details regarding the story without them being spoilers, however as always, I will remain spoiler free.
The White Wolf Prophecy following the protagonist Kaitlen as she discovers the truth not only about who she is, but what her appearance mean to supernaturals (elves vampires, werewolves etc.) but her new found identity isn’t all she must come to…

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The Spy Who Came In From The Cold by John le Carre

Val Penny's Book Reviews

John-le-CarréThe Spy Who Came In From The Cold is one of those books that I always felt I should have read but had never quite got around to it, so when it was book of the month at my book group I was really pleased that I would have to make time to read it. The author, John le Carre, was born David John Moore Cornwell, on 19 October 1931, is a British author of espionage novels. During the 1950s and the 1960s, Cornwell worked for the British intelligence services MI5 and MI6, and began writing novels under the pen name John le Carre. The Spy Who Came In From The Cold is his third novel, published in 1963, and became an international best-seller. It remains one of his best-known works. Following the success of this novel, le Carre left MI6 to become a full-time author. He has four sons and lives with his second wife, Valérie…

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