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About the author:
Tony Richards' debut novel, The Harvest Bride, was shortlisted for the HWA Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel. He has since gone on to write a dozen more, a few of them self-published but the majority from HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster and the like. His 100 plus short stories have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Isaac Asimov's SF, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Weird Tales, and Best New Horror, and in 2008 his collection Going Back was a finalist for the British Fantasy Award. Widely traveled, he often sets his work in places he has visited, and currently lives in London, England, with his wife.
The Fourth Raine's Landing Novel
It may look like a perfectly ordinary New England town, a little larger than most. But Raine's Landing, Massachusetts, holds some very dark secrets. The real witches of Salem fled here just before the Trials of 1692, and the place has been full of magic - the good and the bad kind - ever since. And a curse hangs over the whole population ... there are so many people because nobody born here can ever leave.
It's late December now. People are getting ready for the holidays, scarcely guessing what is coming their way next. Because a psychic beggar girl in the town's Victorian past has gotten hold of a magical jewel that massively expands her powers - she has reached out with her mind through time itself, making contact with Raine's Landing in the present day. The only problem is, she's warped the fabric of reality by doing that. Rows of houses begin vanishing, with their occupants still inside. Bizarre creatures, some of them extremely dangerous, start to roam the streets. And if Ross, Cassie, and Doc Willets are going to stop their hometown from disappearing altogether, then they're going to need an awful lot of help.
"When it comes to fiction for me, characters are first and foremost the most important factor in drawing me into the story, and Mr. Richards' characters are absolutely wonderful. The action is fast and furious, with plenty of witchcraft, magic, and supernatural beings. His writing is atmospheric and spooky, once you start you will find it hard to put down" - The Monster Librarian.
"Richards is a master at combining horror, fantasy and humor in a way that will mesmerize readers from cover to cover" -- RT book reviews.
"Worth the price? You bet. We are talking about Tony Richards!" - Amazon reviews.
"The Raine's Landing novels are page-turners. Not a boring part in the whole series" - Amazon reviews.
- Publication Date:
- 153504604X / 9781535046046
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal