Club Monstrosity by Jesse Petersen

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It’s a welcome entry to a genre overstuffed with the supernatural entities we’ve come to know and love—and perhaps still fear a little.
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Natalie’s one of Frankenstein’s creations and works in a New York City morgue. So of course she needs therapy. She and her friends—er, fellow monsters—have formed the world’s most exclusive, most dysfunctional support group. What could go wrong?

Undetected in the modern world and under pressure to stay that way, Natalie Grey, Dracula, Bob the Blob, and others (including the fetching wolfman Alec) meet regularly to talk about the pressures of being infamous in the Big Apple. Topics include how long it’s been since their last sighting, how their “story” creates stereotypes they can’t fulfill, and—gasp—sometimes even their feelings. But when their pervy Invisible Man, Ellis, is killed in a manner reminiscent of the H.G. Wells novel, it’s clear someone’s discovered their existence and is down for some monster busting.

Led by Natalie—and definitely not helped by Hyde’s bloodthirsty tendencies—the members of Monstofelldosis Anonymous band together for security and a little sleuthing. And maybe—maybe—if they don’t end up dead, they’ll end up friends somewhere along the way.
 

About Jesse Petersen

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A Facebook application once told Jesse Petersen that she'd only survive a day in a zombie outbreak, but she doesn't believe that. For one, she's a good shot and two, she has an aversion to bodily fluids, so she'd never go digging around in zombie goo. Until the zombie apocalypse, she lives in the Midwest with her husband and two cats. Find out more about the author at www.jessepetersen.net.
 
Published April 29, 2013 by Pocket Star. 194 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction
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NY Journal of Books

Above average
Reviewed by Toni V. Sweeney on Apr 29 2013

It’s a welcome entry to a genre overstuffed with the supernatural entities we’ve come to know and love—and perhaps still fear a little.

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