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Patricia Briggs

USA flag (b.1965)

Until she learned to read, Patricia Briggs lived a mundane's life in Butte, Montana. Shortly after her sixth birthday, she discovered there were dwarves living in the mines and elves in the forests. The hob in the garage really startled her the first time she met him, but they've been good friends ever since. The urge to share her discoveries with the rest of the world led her to writing. She currently resides in the Pacific Northwest.

Genres: Urban Fantasy, Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Patricia Briggs recommends
Hidden Truth (2002)
(Truth , book 2)
Dawn Cook
"Characters to cheer for."
Magic Bites (2007)
(Kate Daniels, book 1)
Ilona Andrews
"Splendid... an edgy, dark fantasy touched with just the right amount of humor."
Shadows Past (2008)
(Borderlands , book 3)
Lorna Freeman
"A terrific storyteller who combines drama with whimsy, high fantasy with military action."
Magic to the Bone (2008)
(Allie Beckstrom, book 1)
Devon Monk
"Loved it, fiendishly original."
Blue Diablo (2009)
(Corine Solomon, book 1)
Ann Aguirre
"Outstanding and delicious. I can't wait to see what she comes up with next."
The Turning Tide (2009)
(Crosspointe, book 3)
Diana Pharaoh Francis
"An original world."
Three Days to Dead (2009)
(Dreg City, book 1)
Kelly Meding
"Gritty, imaginative, and a terrific read."
Battle of the Network Zombies (2010)
(Amanda Feral, book 3)
Mark Henry
"Fun, fun stuff. I'll never think of zombies in quite the same way again..."
Glimpses (2010)
Lynn Flewelling
"Glimpses is a terrific collection, lovingly illustrated, a gift to all of us who love the Nightrunners. This rocks."
Grave Witch (2010)
(Alex Craft, book 1)
Kalayna Price
"A rare treat, intriguing and original. Don't miss this one."
Passion Play (2010)
(River of Souls, book 1)
Beth Bernobich
"Passionate, articulate, clever, this book sings. A marvelous debut novel."
Forest Moon Rising (2011)
(Tess Noncoire, book 4)
P R Frost (Irene Radford)
"Sit down, belt in, and hang on for a wild ride. Frost is an innovative and welcome new voice in urban fantasy."
Blood Rights (2011)
(House of Comarre, book 1)
Kristen Painter
"Passion and murder, vampires and courtesans - original and un-put-downable."
Wide Open (2012)
(Wide Open, book 1)
Deborah Coates
"Wide Open is a good read."
Warfare and Sin City (2013)
(Marked, book 4)
S J Day
The Problem with Promises (2014)
(Mystwalker, book 3)
Leigh Evans
"A true storyteller with a tough heroine and an original and engrossing tale. Reader beware, if you pick up a Leigh Evans book, you won’t put it down until the last page."
The Hanged Man (2015)
(On Her Majesty's Psychic Service, book 1)
P N Elrod
"Murder, mayhem and tea—a well-bred Victorian urban fantasy thriller. Prepare, o reader, to be enthralled."
The Girl with Ghost Eyes (2015)
(Daoshi Chronicles, book 1)
M H Boroson
"Martial arts and Asian magic set in Old San Francisco...A fresh take on urban fantasy that kept me up late to finish."
Alliance (2016)
(Linesman, book 2)
S K Dunstall
"Rich with that sense of wonder that makes SF delightful."
In Shining Armor (2016)
(Pax Arcana, book 4)
Elliott James
"If you are (like me) waiting for the next Butcher or Hearne-pick up Elliott James. Then you can bite your nails waiting for the next James, too."
Final Protocol (2017)
J C Daniels
"J. C. Daniels is my favorite kind of writer: a storyteller."
The Guns Above (2017)
(Signal Airship, book 1)
Robyn Bennis
"Full of sass and terrific characters. Great storytelling. Loved it."
World Tree Girl (2017)
(Shadow Valley Manor, book 2)
Kerry Schafer
"If you like X-Files and Liona Andrews, you'll love this awesome, well-crafted and unusual tale!."
Bannon & Clare: The Complete Series (2018)
(Bannon and Clare)
Lilith Saintcrow
"Rockets through a Britain-that-wasn't with magic and industrial mayhem...Genius."

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