Are there any Urban Fantasy books written in the third person?
Urban fantasy is books like the Dresden Files, the Nightside series, or the Iron Druid series. TV examples of this genre is Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Angel.
Some of Patricia Briggs's books are written in third. Specifically, her Alpha and Omega series, though it is a spin-off from her Mercades Thompson series which is written in first. Awesome books.
The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare is written in the third person. It is a young adult series, but it is really good. It kind of reminds of the Buffy/Angel world.
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