The Dark Talents Novels

“Riveting”  “Outstanding” –Publishers Weekly   “Superbly executed” – Kirkus Reviews

My latest work is historical fantasy from Saga Press. Set in 1936 England and Europe, the series features Kim Tavistock, who deals with dark Talents, Nazi conspiracies, and espionage  in 1936 England and Europe.


At the Table of Wolves, historical fantasy

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Kim Tavistock has a Talent of drawing out truths people most wish to hide. Using this ability, she tracks down a secret German weapon for the conquest of England. Along the way, Kim faces off with a charismatic and ruthless Nazi intelligence officer and traitorous British aristocrats. No one believes an invasion of the island nation is possible, not Whitehall, not even the Secret Intelligence Service. But they are wrong, and only one woman with her strange gift for espionage, can stop it.

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

“Kenyon knocked it out of the ball park. . . .Highly recommended.” –SFFWorld

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In Book 2 Kim has been inducted into Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, and must track down the Nazi assassin who is systematically and ritually killing young people with Talents.

“Paranormal fantasy and historical fiction fans alike should find Kenyon’s saga featuring assassins, spies, and secret agents to be supremely entertaining. A unique concept that is superbly executed.” —Kirkus Reviews

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In the trilogy’s conclusion, Kim is undercover in Nazi Berlin. There she discovers the secret creation of a company of enforcers with perverted Talents used to compel citizen obedience. As winter and fascism descend on Europe, Kim is swept up in a race to stop a perverted Nazi operation to enslave the continent.

“A rich cast of diverse characters and near-catastrophic escapes amid searing prewar tensions keep the pages of this outstanding historical fantasy turning.” Publishers Weekly starred review

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♠  Annotated list of the Talents.

♠  FAQ on the Dark Talents Trilogy.

♠  Spycraft in the intelligence services

♠  Blog series on real women spies of the World Wars.

♠  The first two chapters of Book One.

♠  First chapter from Audible:

Kay reads an excerpt:

Kay reads an excerpt: