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There is clean magic out in the open and in common use (complete with Big Magic, instead of Big Pharma, because everyone takes prescribed potions for their ills instead of our world's pharmaceuticals).
Then there is dirty magic, the kind of illegal, unlicensed street potions that can get you killed.
Kate Prospero had grown up in a coven (her uncle was the coven leader) but turned her back on that life when she was seventeen. In book one Dirty Magic she's a beat cop but she is soon taken off the street and assigned to the MEA (Magic Enforcement Agency), where she finds herself put on a special taskforce.
There was a gap after book three Deadly Spells because the author went back to school to get her MFA in Writing Popular Fiction (from Seton Hill University). I had really enjoyed the first three books (as well as the prequel Fire Water) and wanted to read some more in this world with these
characters. So I was thrilled to see her at a local science fiction convention recently and find out not only has Ms. Wells returned to the Prospero's War series but there will be a few more after Volatile Bonds!
I also particularly enjoy police procedurals (yes, I do love both the Rivers of London series with young wizard Peter Grant and the Chronicles of Elantra series with Private Kaylin Neya [aka the magic-user Chosen]) with my urban fantasy.
And I prefer character-driven stories with excellent worldbuilding.
So I highly recommend Volatile Bonds, book 4 in the Prospero's War series, even if you had not read the first three books, if you enjoy a well-told story in an interesting urban fantasy setting with cops and strong characters!
My only sadness is the unavoidable time between volumes, but every next installment is worth the wait!