• Kitty Goes to Washington

  • Kitty Norville, Book 2
  • By: Carrie Vaughn
  • Narrated by: Marguerite Gavin
  • Length: 8 hrs and 54 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (1,749 ratings)

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Kitty Goes to Washington

By: Carrie Vaughn
Narrated by: Marguerite Gavin
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The country's only celebrity werewolf, late-night radio host Kitty Norville prefers to be heard, not seen. But when she's invited to testify at a Senate hearing on behalf of supernaturals, her face gets plastered on national television. Kitty has been in hot water before, but jumping into the D.C. underworld brings a new set of problems - and a new set of friends and enemies, including the vampire mistress of the city; a super-hot Brazilian were-jaguar; and a paranoid, Bible-thumping senator who wants to expose Kitty as a monster. Kitty quickly learns that in this city of dirty politicians and backstabbing pundits, everyone's itching for a fight.

©2006 Carrie Vaughn, LLC (P)2009 Tantor

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Ludicrous with unimaginative villains.

I don’t like how the author uses rape and kidnapping as fictional themes. The emotional wounds caused by such occurrences in real life would necessitate a stronger emotional impact on the character.

The religious zealot as villain is way over done these days. It’s as if Christians are the only acceptable/ PC bad guys. (The Mercy Thompkins series does better in both regards.). The idea that a any public person would violate someone’s civil rights in such a public manner is unbelievable.