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The dead and the monstrous will not leave Kyle Murchison Booth alone, for an unwilling foray into necromancy has made him sensitive to—and attractive to—the creatures who roam the darkness of his once-safe world. Ghosts, ghouls, incubi: all have one thing in common. They know Booth for one of their own. These ten stories draw Booth from the safety of his work as a museum archivist into the darkness both of the supernatural and of the human pysche, where he will find answers to mysteries unsolved for decades and learn truths about himself he would rather never have known . . .

Topics: Ghosts

Published: Prime Books on
ISBN: 9781607013235
List price: $6.99
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