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Hunting a supernatural creature is difficult in chapter 12 of As the Wyrm Tyrns

Just how do you put down a wyrm: a marine creature that is sixty feet long and emits venomous fireballs? Scots professor of magic Geoffrey MacAlpine, his English colleague Calpurnia Kingsley, her ex-husband (and a vicious bastard) Marcus Satterthwaite, along … Continue reading

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Review: Dawn Kurtagich, The Dead House

It was the cover, and the tag line “the girl of nowhere,” that snagged me when I was looking for something light to read, because as we all know, Young Adult horror novels are light reading. Well, Dawn Kurtagich’s debut … Continue reading

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Chapter 23 of Magician’s Misfortune, and time to take a break

“Resolutions?” is the title of chapter 23 of┬áMagician’s Misfortunes, my weekly serial about a government magician whose life has gone very sour. With a title like that, you can guess that it’s the end of the story (or is it?), … Continue reading

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The final chapter of Prophecies and Penalties

It’s been a long road for Emily Fisher since she came to Quasopon to solve the murder of Stephen Nash, a member of the High Council of the Children of the New Revelation. She met the Prophesied One and became … Continue reading

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Chapter 45 of Prophecies and Penalties

When you understand that suicidal thoughts among the Children of the New Revelation are considered signs of demonic possession, you can understand how shocking it is for Hannah Priest Wyatt, an Instrument of the Divine, to be having such thoughts. … Continue reading

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Chapter 44 of Prophecies and Penalties

Emily Fisher really, really doesn’t want to be the Prophesied One of the Children of the New Revelation. Pity, then, that at least half a dozen people already know she is. Because if people think you are something, they will … Continue reading

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Prophecies and Penalties chapter 43

Murder solved. But one sister is missing, and another is slipping away. Emily Fisher can’t seem to catch a break. And the Divine only knows what the High Council of the Children of the New Revelation has in mind for … Continue reading

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