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SciFi/Fantasy Author Kay Kenyon Joins Susan Wingate on Dialogue

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Kay Kenyon has written thirteen science fiction and fantasy novels. Her work has been shortlisted for the American Library Association Reading List awards, the Philip K. Dick and the John W. Campbell Memorial Awards. At the Table of Wolves, an historical fantasy from Simon and Schuster, is the first in her Dark Talents series.

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Kenyon's latest novels are paranormal espionage stories set in 1936 England, when the psychic trauma of WWI has caused people to develop extrasensory abilities (Talents.) At the Table of Wolves introduces Kim Tavistock, who uses her Talent for hearing the truth to uncover a Nazi plot to subdue England with a mysterious power over cold and ice. Idealistic young journalist Kim Tavistock grapples with the suspicion that her father may be, like many of his aristocratic class, a Nazi sympathizer. A sudden appearance in 1918 of psychic talents affecting one in 1,000 people suggests this manifestation was produced by the mass trauma of the Great War. Kim’s psychic gift is spill, which causes others to reveal their deepest secrets to her. Nazis are a decade ahead of the Brits in finding military uses for psychics. Kim, drawn into an attempt to foil a Nazi plan, risks her heart and life in a game of spying. (July)