Author: Kathleen Tierney

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Review: Red Delicious (Siobhan Quinn #2) by Kathleen Tierney

Review: Red Delicious (Siobhan Quinn #2) by Kathleen Tierney

February 10, 2014 Review 2

Sam Spade with blood on her teeth, Quinn is the sort of fly-by-the-seat-of-her-pants, ask-questions-later, non-detective detective that busts the genre wide open. Sex, violence, and mythology are all part of the story, but bent through Quinn’s own one of a kind prism. This Siobhan Quinn book isn’t horror or urban fantasy or mystery, but rather a horrifying, fantastical heroine who finds herself embroiled in a mystery.

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Review: Blood Oranges by Kathleen Tierney

Review: Blood Oranges by Kathleen Tierney

February 24, 2013 Review 2

With the haunting, opium dream of THE DROWNING GIRL fresh in my mind, I was very curious to see how Caitlin Kiernan’s intricate, puzzle box storytelling would translate to urban fantasy. Though writing under a fresh nom de plume, Tierney brings that characteristic darkness; writing a charismatic, unreliable heroine, as defined by her addictions as by her supernatural nature.

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