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Kat Richardson
Author of the Greywalker paranormal detective novels. Kat is a former theater brat and non-fiction editor who currently lives on a boat in Washington state with her husband and the ghosts of ferrets. She also rides a motorcycle, shoots target pistol, and makes trouble.In the past, she helped... show more

Author of the Greywalker paranormal detective novels. Kat is a former theater brat and non-fiction editor who currently lives on a boat in Washington state with her husband and the ghosts of ferrets. She also rides a motorcycle, shoots target pistol, and makes trouble.In the past, she helped develop a fan-built PC game (T2X), wrote a short horror screenplay (The Glove), taught English Country Dance, fenced epee, broke both arms, wrote about diamonds, ate alligator (no, she didn't kill it), sold dead lizards, pretended to be a nun, sang, and has been kidnapped by pirates! (well... maybe not pirates....)
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Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 7 years ago
"Wolfsbane and Mistletoe" is short story collection from well-known authors who have been asked to write stories with two elements to them: Werewolves and Christmas, an unusual combination that is meant to provoke some even more unusual tales. This is a re-read for me, to get me into the Christmas...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 8 years ago
"Poltergeist" is the second book in the Greywalker series, about Harper Blaine, a Seattle PI who's near-death experience has left her with the ability to see and enter The Grey, a parallel space where ghosts and broken memories of the dead abide. "Poltergeist" has a very original premise: a psych...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 8 years ago
My first encounter with Kat Richardson was in 2009 in Jim Butcher's "Mean Streets", an anthology of four Urban Fantasy PIs that included Jim Butcher's Harry Dresden, Simon R Green's Nightsider and Thomas E. Sniegoski's Remy Chandler. Kat Richardson's "The Third Death Of The Little Clay Dog" was b...
Irresponsible Reader
Irresponsible Reader rated it 9 years ago
So Harper's pal/computer tech/security expert, Quinton, comes to her for a favor. Several homeless people in the area have gone missing, and some have shown up that look, well, eaten. By something large. Quinton would like Harper to look into it, see if there's something that's more up her partic...
Yvette - Bookworlder
Yvette - Bookworlder rated it 9 years ago
Short story collections are often uneven affairs, whether there is one author or, as in this case, nine. Clockwork Fairy Tales is a group of fairy and folk tale retellings that succeed to varying degrees in both the retelling and the attempt to create a Steampunk world. While opinions on which are t...
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