Mutable Things

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A stolen antique mask. A serial killer. A female shape shifter forced to wear the faces men’s desires place on her. In rain-soaked Vancouver, Jamyee Grey must solve the mystery of her origins to solve the crime. Her only potential ally: an immortal man who just might love her.

Unfortunately, he may also want her dead. More

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About Karen L. Abrahamson

Karen Abrahamson wrote her first poem at age six. Since then she has written and sold poetry and short fiction. In her words, “a bad day of writing is still better than the best moments of working for a living”.

After a wandering youth that took her across North America countless times, she currently lives in the Metro Vancouver area of Canada.
An inveterate traveler, amateur photographer, and a fan of old maps, Karen keeps a loaded backpack to hand because she never knows when she might meet a destination she can't refuse.

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Review by: seekeen on Sep. 20, 2011 :
I have to agree with Wonderland Press - there is an underlying philosophical depth to this story that enriches it. It's hard to do the book justice. Romance? Mystery? Fantasy? Magic? It has all of those, but it's just, well, MORE. Read it - I think you'll like it!
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)
Review by: Wonderland Press on Aug. 18, 2011 :
Interesting premise, characters, lots of action (and sex). There is just nothing wrong with this book. If that was all it was, though, I probably would have blown it off. However, she gets into a lot of depth (but not preachiness) about the expectations that young women face. "Be what your lover wants you to be" isn't something that just empaths have to face. Philosophical meat to a catchy thriller. Very nice.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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