Cudahay tracks ghosts. Not the ethereal kind. The regret-dating-you-so-they-disappear kind. He makes a business out of it with his partner, Serena. She deals with the losers and their sob stories, he tracks down the rather-not-be-found to provide proof of life so the losers can move on.
When a real ghost from Cudahay’s past turns the tables and tracks him, however, Cudahay must decide just how seriously to take the threat. Cudahay doesn’t scare easily. But he soon discovers that perhaps he should.
“Ghosting,” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only.
When Devon discovers Rachel Long’s music for the first time, it changes him. Her music inspires people. It draws crowds to her, no matter where she performs.
But it draws something else, as well. A longing. A compulsion. A need. And for Devon, Rachel’s music creates an inevitability that he can’t escape, no matter how hard he tries.
“The Life and Deaths of Rachel Long,” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch is free on this website for one week only.
Centuries ago, a tsunami hit the Oregon Coast, destroying miles of coastline. When beach erosion reveals the stumps of a dead forest from that disaster, Anne and Louisa cut school to see the trees. But they freak Louisa out. She sees faces trapped inside the wood—and she believes she has the magic to free them.
“Forest for the Trees,” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch is free on this website for one week only.
Roth McKendrick hates his fame. That, and the ghost that haunts his dressing room at the Broadway theater where he stars in A Christmas Carol. So, when a lost teenage girl finds her way to that very same dressing room, Jaime assumes she’s a ghost, too. Until she pleas for help. Erika Brandis thought leading a tour group of teenage girls would be easy. Easier than a […]
She heads west to escape. The old-timers watch her coming as the full moon fills the Montana skies. Strange things happen to women here during the full moon. And everyone here knows that but her.
As you can tell from the long list below, I read a lot of great stuff in July. What’s truly amazing to me is that much of what I read was merely good, not great, so I didn’t recommend it at all. I don’t think I read anything truly bad in July, which has to be another first. You’ll note as you read that I […]
June was the longest short month in existence. Each day felt like it was two days long. I have no idea why. We traveled in June. Dean taught. I did a lot of work. And I read. And read. And read. So it was a good month. In fact, it was a spectacular month, considering how much of what I read I enjoyed. This is […]