McLeod, Suzanne: The Shifting Price of Prey (spellcrackers.com IV) (2012)

The Shifting Price of Prey is the fourth book in the story of Genvieve Nataliya Zakharinova Taylor, her past, her present and her potential future. You definitely need to have read the previous three novels to get the most out of The Shifting Price of Prey. As you might have noticed in my previous reviews … Continue reading McLeod, Suzanne: The Shifting Price of Prey (spellcrackers.com IV) (2012)

McLeod, Suzanne: The Bitter Seed of Magic (Spellcrackers III) (2011)

  Detective Inspector Helen Crane of the Metropolitan Police’s Magic and Murder Squad embodies the law of unintended consequences to me. As we saw in The Sweet Scent of Blood and The Cold Kiss of Death DI Crane is out to get Genvieve Taylor. Helen is a Witch. Genvieve a Sidhe. Crane’s hatred is not … Continue reading McLeod, Suzanne: The Bitter Seed of Magic (Spellcrackers III) (2011)

McLeod, Suzanne: The Cold Kiss of Death (Spellcrackers II) (2009)

Authors who are able to lift serious issues into the light without leaving me with a sense of having been preached to are gems. Suzanne McLeod is one of those. The child stood barefoot and ignored in the cold, sheeting rain; her long dark hair was tossed by the fractious wind and her ragged clothes … Continue reading McLeod, Suzanne: The Cold Kiss of Death (Spellcrackers II) (2009)

McLeod, Suzanne: The Sweet Scent of Blood (2008)

Sometimes I wonder if power is THE most basic of our needs. The power to control our own lives, the power to control our environment and the power to control others. Take the power to control our own lives. Genvieve Taylor never had power over her life. Her creation was a genetic experiment between two … Continue reading McLeod, Suzanne: The Sweet Scent of Blood (2008)

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Cornell, Paul: London Falling (James Quill I) (2012)

I think the novel actually has a few things in common with Mary’s Glamour books, that, while not realising it at the time, I’d been influenced by her in the writing of it. The force our heroes encounter is ‘the paramilitary wing of feng shui’, something similar to the Psychogeography of the Situationist movement, the … Continue reading Cornell, Paul: London Falling (James Quill I) (2012)