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About the author:
Tony Richards is the author of nearly twenty novels, more than a hundred short stories - enough for 8 collections - and has been shortlisted for the Bram Stoker and British Fantasy awards. His work ranges from crime fiction to sf, fantasy, horror shorts, and all points in between. His series include the Matt Barrett detective novels, tales set in the town of Birchiam-on-Sea, mysteries based in an Africa of the near future, and his Raine's Landing supernatural thrillers ... he is currently writing the seventh of those. Widely traveled, he often sets his books in places he has visited. He lives in London, England, with his wife.
The First Raine's Landing Novel
There's something very strange about Raine's Landing, Massachusetts. In the first place, it's a problem getting there ... voices start up in your head, warning you to stay away. And then there's that creepy looking mansion at the summit of the biggest hill, weird creatures roaming through its grounds. And that's when you begin suspecting there might be some otherworldly force at work ... like witchcraft, perhaps.
Now Raine's Landing has a new visitor who's not intimidated by that kind of power. And when he starts his deadly games not even the town's adepts ... magicians descended from the genuine witches of Salem ... can stop him. So the job is left to ex-cop Ross Devries and his sidekick Cassie Mallory. They don't have any magical skills, just their guns and fists and their sharp wits. But will those be enough?
"It will keep you on the edge of your seat. A definite must read for those into fantasy, paranormal fiction, or just a good book" - SF Revu.
"Richards is a master at combining horror, fantasy and humor in a way that will mesmerize readers from cover to cover" -- RT Book Reviews.
"Tremendously entertaining. I recommend this to all fans of the paranormal genre" - Gaston Sanders.
"If you love the fantasy genre, like the Dresden Files, you will love this series as well" - Amazon reviews.
"The Raine's Landing novels are page-turners. Not a boring part in the whole series" - Amazon reviews.
- Publication Date:
- 1532955383 / 9781532955389
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Dark Fantasy