by Denise Vitola
Ace, ISBN 0-441-00357-5, 1996, 279pp, US$5.99
A book review by Evelyn C. Leeper
Copyright 1997 Evelyn C. Leeper
At first, this sounded like a really cobbled-together idea--a werewolf detective in a future of a world-wide dictatorship (the United World Government). But strangely enough, it works.
Ty Merrick is a detective in a rather run-down future, or at least run-down for the masses of the people. The rich are. of course, still rich. The title might make you think this book uses some high-tech physics concept, but it's really just a reference to a new drug called quantum. Okay, so that makes this just another drug-running story, and telling any more of the story is perhaps unnecessary, but the twist of having the detective be a werewolf, and a female werewolf at that, gives it just enough of a twist to make it worth reading. It's not great, but as a first novel it shows promise.
%T Quantum Moon %A Denise Vitola %C New York %D August 1996 %I Ace %O paperback, US$5.99 %G ISBN 0-441-00357-5 %P 279pp
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