Series: Kiera Hudson

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Vampire Shift (Kiera Hudson Series One, #1) by Tim O'Rourke1
Vampire Wake (Kiera Hudson Series One, #2) by Tim O'Rourke2
Vampire Hunt (Kiera Hudson, #3) by Tim O'Rourke3
Vampire Breed (Kiera Hudson Series One #4) by Tim O'Rourke4
Wolf House - Potter's Story (Kiera Hudson Series One #4.5) by Tim O'Rourke4.5
Vampire Hollows (Kiera Hudson Series One #5) by Tim O'Rourke5
Dead Flesh (Kiera Hudson Series Two, #1) by Tim O'Rourke6
Dead Night (Book Two) (Kiera Hudson Series Two 2) by Tim O'Rourke6.5
Dead Angels (Kiera Hudson Series Two, #2) by Tim O'Rourke7
Dead Statues: Kiera Hudson Series Two (Book 3) by Tim O'Rourke8
Dead Seth: Kiera Hudson Series Two (Book 4) by Tim O'Rourke9
Dead Wolf: Kiera Hudson (Series Two) Book 5 (Volume 6) by Tim O'Rourke10
Dead Water (Kiera Hudson Series Two, #6) by Tim O'Rourke11
Dead Push (Kiera Hudson (Series Two) Book 7) by Tim O'Rourke12
Dead Lost: (Kiera Hudson Series Two) Book 8 (Volume 9) by Tim O'Rourke13
Dead End (Kiera Hudson Series Two (Book 9)) (Volume 10) by Tim O'Rourke14

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