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Kay Kenyon is a science fiction and fantasy novelist. Her work has been shortlisted for the Philip K. Dick award and the John W. Campbell Memorial award. Her most recent work, The Dark Talents trilogy--historical fantasy set in 1936 England--has been optioned for film. You can find her short stories in numerous anthologies and in two collections, but her first love is novels and the kind of world building that brings a sense of wonder to life. She lives in Wenatchee, Washington with her husband and is a founding member of the Write on the River organization for aspiring writers.

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At the Table of Wolves 
(A Dark Talents Novel, Book 1)

“A superb adventure, worthy to launch a distinguished historical fantasy series.”
                             –Publishers Weekly starred review

In an alternate 1936, psi powers have come into the world. In England, Kim Tavistock has the Talent of the spill in which people sometimes confide to her their deepest secrets. One critical spill pulls her into a lethal contest of spies over a Nazi plot to invade England with a mysterious power over ice and cold.

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