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   Naked Brunch, by Sparkle Hayter  
 
  Novel, first publication in March 2002 , latest edition in March 2003
 
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      There’s a werewolf at large on the streets of the city – a new, rare female one. So new that in her human form Annie doesn’t even realize that at the last full moon she turned into a predatory wolf, and made her first kill – a man. But she’s been left with strange and deliriously compelling sensations of the night she can’t remember. Whatever she did, she’d like to do it again.

    Police suspect a mad dog, but when the news reaches Dr. Marco Potenza, he realizes the killer was no dog, but a werewolf. He ought to know, he runs a clinic where, for a fee, werewolves, or as they prefer to be called, “people living with LMD” (Lycanthropic Metamorphic Disorder), can be sedated and confined during their monthly transformation. If he can find her, Potenza is sure that he, and he alone, can save the new werewolf from her predatory side. But Potenza is not the only man anxious to find the new member of the city pack. Jim, Potenza’s former right-hand man/wolf and now a fugitive from the clinic, is also determined to reach Annie first and keep her from Potenza’s clutches. A manic and side-splittingly funny chase for the lupine hunter is on.

    Peopled with unforgettable characters, brimming with tart and funny observations on big-city and corporate life, and with a corkscrew plot that keeps the pages flying, this hilarious novel speeds along faster than a werewolf after a bad guy.

     
     
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