Most people who come to Hurog are looking for information on my books. On this page you'll find information on everything I've published, with links to cover art, sample chapters and additional information. The books are organized by series. Hover over a book cover to get more information about that book.
Mercy Thompson Series
Mercedes is Volkswagen mechanic living in the Tri-Cities area of Washington. Her Native American heritage has gifted her with the ability to take the form of a coyote at will. She's surrounded by far more powerful supernatural beings, including werewolves, vampires and an assortment of fey.
Alpha and Omega Series
This series is set in the same world as the Mercy Thompson Series, but on a slightly earlier time line. It begins with a novella titled Alpha and Omega published in the On the Prowl anthology. The decision to continue the story was made after the anthology had already been published, which has caused some confusion, since "book 1" is a actually a continuation of the short story. The series has plenty of action, but there's more emphasis on the romantic attraction between the hero and heroine. On a romance-readers scale, this series is sweet rather than steamy.
This series is set in a medieval setting, with small clans of gypsy like people who often have magical talents. This series focuses on a retired warrior Tier, his traveler wife, Seraph, and their family. The first book can be read by itself, and resolves well. The sequel is best enjoyed after reading the first book.
This is a two-book series. Dragon Bones is a stand-alone story, which resolves the major plot threads nicely. Dragon Blood depends on the reader having some knowledge of the world, and references events from the previous book, and is best read after Dragon Bones.
A stand-alone novel featuring an untrained mage and a magical creature with a flirtatious tail, set in its own world.
Wolfsbane is a tightly-coupled sequel to Masques, and won't make much sense by itself. Other than Wolfsbane, this is a loosely-woven series, and the books can be read in any order. They share the same world, but each book is a stand-alone story with its own cast of characters.
Short fiction, anthology entries, and miscellaneous publications
Adventures of Sword and Sorcery, #6: My first short-story sale. The story was called Wishing Well.
Silver Birch, Blood Moon: A fairy tale anthology. My story, The Priceis a retelling of Rumplestiltskin.
Wolfsbane and Mistletoe: An anthology of christmas-themed urban fantasy short stories. My entry is called Star of David, and centers on David Christiansen, who was briefly mentioned in Moon Called. It's a heartwarming story of how murder and deception can bring a family together.
Strange Brew: This is an anthology of witch-based stories edited by P. N. Elrod featuring stories some of my all-time favorite authors. Of course, I had to sneak a werewolf into the mix. And a dash of romance, and a snippet of revenge. Eye of newt, wing of bat . . . My story is called Seeing Eye.
Homecoming:Dabel Brothers Comics is producing the "Mercy Thompson" series of graphic novels. The first four episodes have been published as a book in cooperation with Del Rey. To be honest, the whole graphic novel thing is a bit of a mystery to me, but I sure like the pretty pictures!
Naked City: My entry, Fairy Gifts deals with a vampire who finds some measure of redemption in the mines far below Butte, Montana.
Home Improvement: My story is titled Gray. A vampire returns to her first home, and finds more than the memories she was seeking.
Down These Strange Streets: Poor Warren has terrible neighbors. Apparently, nobody told them that antagonizing a werewolf isn't as fun as it sounds.
Shifting Shadows: A compilation of short stories in the Mercyverse, including all the stories from previous anthologies as well as several new ones.
A Fantastic Holiday Season: This is a Christmas anthology. I wrote a little story called Unappreciated Gifts. Some members of Adam's pack think Asil should get out more, so they've challenged him to accept a series of blind dates . . .