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Stephen Blackmoore's sophmore effort, Dead Things, exists
in that exciting place where urban fantasy and noir meet for a late-night tryst. After spending fifteen years in
exile as necromancer for hire, Eric Carter's not great at dealing with the
living. Back in LA to find out who's behind his sister's brutal murder, Carter
is thrown back into a world that has moved on without him, and depending on
friends who he can't seem to trust. As Carter unravels the big ugly sweater
that his life has become, he discovers some things don't stay dead, some
friends don't stay honest, and some unsavory alliances can be convenient, even
if there's hell to pay later. Blackmoore has a talent for setting scenes that
pack visual punch, and I found myself loving the smartass, gallows humor of Dead
Things, and enjoying the clever, tiny ways magic and reality intertwine. I
flew through this book eager to see what would happen next. Stephen Blackmoore
is definitely someone to watch out for, and with Dead Things, I predict
Good Things in his future. – Jaclyn
Come see Stephen at his launch party for Dead Things on February 5th, more information here.