Naked Brunch by Sparkle Hayter
A howlingly funny novel of love run wild

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Annie Engel hasn’t been feeling herself lately. With good reason. A mousy secretary by day, she’s been morphing into a werewolf at night. In the morning, she’s not quite sure what she’s been up to, but she knows she’d like to do it again. She soon discovers that her odd dreams and strange hangovers are actually the remnants of a night out on the prowl.

But Annie’s predatory activities have not gone unnoticed, and soon she is being pursued by one hapless reporter, a psychiatrist who wants to save her from her beastly impulses, and another (guy) werewolf who captures her heart. Who is a nice werewolf to trust? Get ready for a manic, madcap chase through the dank underbelly of the big city, a place where no one seems to sleep and the scents of fear and desire are always in the air.
 

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Published January 1, 2002 by McClelland & Stewart. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment, Crime. Fiction

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Annie the werewolf tears out throats, then leaves her dead victims, seemingly without having refreshed herself on their blood or bodies—although she does find herself feeling much better by day, despite not quite remembering what she did the night before.

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Fans of Hayter's wild Robin Hudson mystery series (The Last Manly Man) may be surprised by Annie Engel, Manhattan legal secretary by day, werewolf by night. U

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Fans of Hayter's wild Robin Hudson mystery series (The Last Manly Man) may be surprised by Annie Engel, Manhattan legal secretary by day, werewolf by night.

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Reviewing the Evidence

Sparkle Hayter, author of the Robin Hudson series of tart noir mysteries, now takes off in a different direction in this standalone, set in a slightly odd, though recognizable, Manhattan and featuring the nicest girl in New York, Annie Engel.

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Reviewing the Evidence

On the surface this is a tale about a young legal secretary, who had dreams of werewolves, until, one full moon, she morphed and killed someone.

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The Zone

Sparkle Hayter is a brash Canadian gal, whose five 'Robin Hudson' mystery novels are great fun and highly recommended but have hardly rocked the publishing world, and John Irving is a well-established figure in contemporary American literature with a list of successful novels and their scre...

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