“This is turning out to be a great series. I enjoy the characters and the world. the heroine is likeable and there is a good stable of supporting characters. I recommend this to anyone who likes Patricia Briggs or Kim Harrison.” – Reviewer
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Gripping. So much going on and all that action and a great story with kick ass heroine. If you like the first book you’ll love the second one.” – Reviewer
(Chameleon Assassin Series, book 1)
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Libby is a mutant, one of the top burglars and assassins in the world. For a price, she caters to executives’ secret desires. Eliminate your corporate rival? Deliver a priceless art masterpiece or necklace? Hack into another corporation’s network? Libby’s your girl.
Climate change met nuclear war, and humanity lost. The corporations stepped in, stripping governments of power. Civilization didn’t end, but it became less civilized. There are few rules as corporations jockey for position and control of assets and markets.
In the year 2200, the world has barely recovered the level of technology that existed before the ice melted and the subsequent wars. Corporate elites live in their walled estates and skyscraper apartments while the majority of humanity supplies their luxuries. On the bottom level, the mutants, the poor, and the criminals scramble every day just to survive.
Urban Fantasy set 200 years in the future.
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About the Author: BR Kingsolver, author of the Telepathic Clans and Chameleon Assassin series, grew up surrounded by writers, artists, myths, and folklore in Santa Fe, The City Different, in the Land of Enchantment.
After living all over the US and exploring the world–from Amsterdam to the Romanian Alps, and Russia to the Rocky Mountains–Kingsolver trades time between Baltimore and Albuquerque. With an education in nursing and biology and a Master’s degree in business, Kingsolver has done everything from construction to newspaper editor and jewelry to computers.
Kingsolver, a passionate lifetime skier, currently spends time writing and working with computers while living nine blocks from the harbor in Baltimore as servant in residence to a very demanding cat.