Unearthly Remains

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A werewolf, a witch, and a vampire walk into a murder scene.
Sgt. Marilyn Jaye of Supernatural Oversight is having a frustrating day. A simple case of a dead ghoul has spun into a second murder and search for a rogue werewolf. Then there's her unreasonable attraction to new shifter, Henry. She'll need help from all her friends. They better figure it out soon, because Marilyn is the next target. More

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About Katherine Gilbert

Katherine Gilbert was born at house number 1313 and then transplanted to a crumbling antebellum ruin so gothic that The Munsters would have run from it. She has since gained several ridiculously-impractical degrees in English and Religious and Women's Studies. She now teaches at a South Carolina community college, where all her students think, correctly, that she is very, very strange, indeed. You can sign up for her newsletter at: http://eepurl.com/dCcccL or her Reader Group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1169120069919462/

While Katherine Gilbert is the author of several sweet paranormal romance/urban fantasy novels, when the werewolves, witches, angels, and their friends are on vacation, she transforms into her alter-ego, Kat Samuels, writer of steamy contemporary and historical romance. If you’d like to learn more about Kat Samuels’ upcoming steamy historical and contemporary novels and get more inside-the-world stories, join her newsletter at: http://eepurl.com/gB2bmL

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About the Series: More in Heaven and Earth
The More in Heaven and Earth series is all set in the same magical universe filled with angels, witches, werewolves, demons, vampires, ghosts, and many other supernatural creatures. They can be read either in order or as stand-alones and will introduce you to a variety of fascinating characters, as they take you to various parts of this unusual earth.

Also in Series: More in Heaven and Earth

Reviews

Molly Boyd reviewed on on April 5, 2019

light read with a side of Anglophile fun

Like Gilbert's first book, Protecting the Dead, this book deals with a world of paranormal creatures existing clandestinely alongside the "real" world. The true strength of both books is the cleverness and creativity in creating the societies and modes of the paranormal creatures--their prejudices, civil structures, habits, and so on. But this book is at heart a mystery, which is more compelling than the romance plot, and so appeals to the lover of "who-dunnit" in us. The bonus, and quite clever, addition in this novel are the many references to historic places and people of old London, including literary greats who have managed to cling to this world in varying ways. In short, a fun and satisfying read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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