Here's another terrific thriller in the Kitty Norville Series. Kitty, who by now has acquired a reputation through her talk radio show and for being a werewolf who had come out into the open (though initially reluctant to do so, for understandable reasons, because lycanthropes like herself are generally not well-received nor highly regarded by humans), has agreed to appear in the first TV reality show featuring supernatural beings like herself.
Kitty and the other beings (including a couple of lycanthropes and vampires) slated to be in the show agree to be placed in a well-furnished and spacious lodge set in the Montana hinterlands, far from any semblance of civilization. At first, all appears calm, not altogether different from any of the other reality TV shows. But as the story proceeds apace, Kitty finds herself getting into much more than she bargained for. This is a novel that'll have you hanging by the edge of your seat.