Series: Kate Daniels
Also known as: Kate Daniels
|A Questionable Client [short story] by Ilona Andrews||Short Story, 0.1|
|Magic Graves (2-in-1) by Ilona Andrews|| "A Questionable Client", 0.1|
|Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews||1|
|Curran: Fernando's by Ilona Andrews||Short story, 1.1|
|Magic Burns by Ilona Andrews||2|
|Magic Strikes by Ilona Andrews||3|
|Curran: Magic Strikes Hot Tub Scene by Ilona Andrews||Short story, 3.1|
|Must Love Hellhounds by Ilona Andrews||Novella "Magic Mourns"|
|Curran: Naked Dinner: Parts 1 and 2 by Ilona Andrews||Short stories, 3.3|
|Magic Mourns by Ilona Andrews||novella|
|Magic Bleeds by Ilona Andrews||4|
|Hexed by Ilona Andrews||Novella "Magic Dreams" 4.2|
|Magic Dreams by Ilona Andrews||novella|
|Magic Slays by Ilona Andrews||5|
|Magic Gifts by Ilona Andrews||Novella, 5.3|
|An Apple for the Creature by Charlaine Harris||Short Story "Magic Tests", 5.4|
|Magic Tests by Ilona Andrews||Short Story, 5.4|
|Gunmetal Magic by Ilona Andrews||novella|
|Small Magics by Ilona Andrews||novella|
|An Ill-Advised Rescue by Ilona Andrews||Short story, 5.8|
|An Ill-Advised Rescue, Part 1 by Ilona Andrews||Short story, 5.85|
|An Ill-Advised Rescue, Part 2 by Ilona Andrews||Short story, 5.86|
|Magic Rises by Ilona Andrews||6|
|Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews||7|
|Magic Steals by Ilona Andrews||novella|
|Night Shift (Anthology 4-in-1) by Nalini Singh||Novella "Magic Steals", 7.5|
|Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews||8|
|Magic Stars by Ilona Andrews||novella|
|Magic Binds by Ilona Andrews||9|
|Iron and Magic by Ilona Andrews||novella|
|Magic Triumphs by Ilona Andrews||10|
|Curran: Volume III by Gordon Andrews||Short stories|
|Retribution Clause [short story] by Ilona Andrews||Short story|
|Curran POV Collection by Ilona Andrews||Short stories|
|Curran POV Collection by Gordon Andrews||Short stories|
|Magic Bites: A Special Edition of the First Kate Daniels Novel by Ilona Andrews||Omnibus 0.1-1|
|Kate Daniels Complete Set 1-4 by Ilona Andrews||Omnibus 1-4|
|Magic Bites | Magic Burns | Magic Bleeds | Magic Slays | Magic Strikes by Ilona Andrews||Omnibus 1-5|
|Dark and Stormy Knights by P. N. Elrod||Short Story 'A Questionable Client', 0.1|
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Urban fantasy series set primarily in Atlanta, in a world in which the world unpredictably shifts between magic and technology. Chief protagonist of the series is Kate Daniels, a swordswoman mercenary with magical abilities and a mysterious and deadly past.http://www.ilona-andrews.com/kate-dan...
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