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The zombie-raising business gets slow in December, so Anita Blake is starting to see some oddball cases. She's got a neatly typed list of eight missing lycanthropes given to her by Marcus, the leader of the local werewolf pack, who wants her to find them. The trouble is, Anita's occasionally furry boyfriend Richard is locked in a power struggle with Marcus. Jean-Claude, master vampire of the city and Anita's other love interest, is getting jealous as well. To top it off, Anita has to solve some horrific murders and keep her bounty-hunting friend Edward from killing Richard and Jean-Claude. Hamilton alternates between funny and fearsome in this larky series about a monster hunter with a few dark secrets.
A real rush...a heady mix of romance and horror. -- Jayne Ann KrentzSee all Product Description
The Anita Blake books are all fun reads and the plot moves at a rapid pace with multiple threads, a kick-ass heroine, vampire and werewolf lovers.... Read morePublished 7 months ago by karen behn
Laurell K. Hamilton's "The Lunatic Café" is a substandard work of fiction with no redeeming literary or entertainment values. Read morePublished on Nov. 3 2004 by Aaron Allen
This is a banal text, poorly written in every regard. Though Hamilton may have a sense for action beats in her works (which she should at this point in her incredibly-long... Read morePublished on Nov. 3 2004 by Beau
I havnet read the series, my friends recommended "The Lunatic Cafe" to me so i started reading and i LOVED it! It's face paced, intriguing and a great read! Read morePublished on June 18 2004 by Tanya
One of the better books in the series. This read through reminded me how much I use to like Richard. It made me feel all nostalgic. Read morePublished on June 11 2004
This book is still good entertaining fun, just as the rest of the Anita Blake series. And plenty of body count for those who keep count ;)
However a key element in stories is... Read more
Lunatic Cafe is one of my favorite Anita Blake novels. This one lets us delve deeper into the lives of werewolves. Read morePublished on Dec 13 2003 by Avid Reader
I've been reading this series for a while - Ms. Hamilton's spin on a world where the supernatural (vampires, werewolves, etc) are real and part of every day life is very cool. Read morePublished on Dec 1 2003 by CN