#36, 37: Two novels by Kim Harrison

They were called Dead Witch Walking and The Good, the Bad, and the Undead. And, yeah, the series continues with more hokey riffs on movie titles.

Good popcorn. Flirts dangerously with the protagonist-always-in-mortal-peril issue I have with so many urban fantasy novels, and just narrowly avoids starting down the power spiral that killed Anita Blake. (To me, I mean. She’s dead to me.) Quick, fun and always engaging, even when it meanders. A fortuitous accident has me in another city without the third book, so I won’t read too many of them in a row and burn out.

But I think after one book away, I’ll be back for another.